Path at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 at San Francisco

Path – Enhancing Productivity with Oracle Sales Cloud – Gmail Integration and aptus360°

Path is excited to showcase for the first time its solution that integrates Oracle Sales Cloud with Google Gmail. This solution offers a bi-directional synchronization between Oracle Sales Cloud and Gmail, enabling complete integration of your Emails, Contacts and Appointments. Organizations can achieve savings on time and cost while improving overall efficiency. Featured this week at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 in San Francisco, Path’s latest release aptus360° is a cloud-based Performance Management System – enabling people engagement.

People capital is highly valuable. In many cases, it’s the largest cost category for businesses and can be a source of competitive advantage. Organizations that engage and understand their people, and that use their insight wisely can outperform their competition.

Keeping in mind the need of organizations seeking to do more for their people but finding themselves constrained by their performance management systems, aptus360° has been designed to make people engagement an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

aptus360° offers an intuitive dashboard user-interface, which is configurable and simple to use by employees, managers or management. While providing a holistic view of the organizations performance appraisal processes, the highly configurable cloud-based solution is often ready for use within weeks rather than months. The offline capability enables organizations to save considerable time and effort while helping to increase productivity.

Snapshot archival, multi-dimensional, interactive Bell-Curve enabling moderation and multiple plans for diversified groups – with exclusion definition – are some of the many rich features of aptus360°. It serves as a helpful tool to effectively assess employee potential, address identified areas of improvement, and reward basis better performance analysis.

Path is a Gold level member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

Trademarks

Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates.

Venue Date
San Francisco Sunday, 01 September 2013
Published
Categorized as News