Mark Nittler

Mark Nittler

Vice President, Enterprise Strategy

Mark Nittler is vice president at Workday and sets the strategic direction for Workday's enterprise applications.

Mark brings to Workday more than 25 years of broad experience in key enterprise application disciplines including accounting, ERP, procurement, contract management, compliance, and security. Mark's experience includes executive leadership positions in both product strategy and marketing, including vice president of application strategy at PeopleSoft, vice president of strategic marketing at Commerce One, and vice president of strategic marketing at Symantec.

A California CPA, Mark holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley and a master's degree in management from University of California, Irvine.

Workday Blogs - Corporate

Workday Turns 9: A Look Back at What We Saw in 2005

March 25, 2014 by Mark Nittler on Corporate

I recently spoke at a conference where I was asked the question, “What did Workday see in the market that made you think there was any opportunity for a new enterprise player?” Time constraints and the element of surprise conspired to make my answer sub-optimal at the moment. But it is a very good question deserving of a thoughtful answer, and as this month represents our nine year anniversary as a company, not a bad time to do a bit of reminiscing.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Financial Management

See What Happens When HR and Finance Come Together

March 14, 2014 by Mark Nittler on Financial Management

On March 13, Workday announced that JDA Software had selected Workday Financial Management with plans to migrate off its legacy ERP system and unify its HR and finance in the Workday cloud. It’s yet another example of a company that realizes the value of this move and where it can lead.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Financial Management

Top 4 Megatrends for Finance and HR

December 19, 2013 by Mark Nittler on Financial Management

I see four megatrends that directly impact finance and HR teams. Although these two functions represent different disciplines and skillsets, they’re responsible for what’s at the heart of any successful company: financial performance and talent.  Read Entire Blog >>