Chief Technology Officer
Stan Swete is chief technology officer at Workday and is responsible for Workday's overall technology strategy, direction and execution.
Stan was one of Workday’s first employees, joining the company in 2005. Prior to Workday, Stan spent 10 years at PeopleSoft in a number of key leadership roles, including head of the products and technology organization that included more than 4,000 employees. He was also manager of tools development, general manager of financial applications, general manager of customer relationship management systems and was responsible for the initial release of PeopleSoft's Internet architecture. Prior to PeopleSoft, Stan spent 10 years with ASK Computer Systems, including management of ASK's VAX product line.
Stan holds a bachelor of science degree and a master of science degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University.
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