Workday Blogs - Innovation

Liz Dietz

In the book “College Unbound,” author Jeff Selingo observes that if online dating sites can “help two people fall in love based on a short questionnaire, we should be able to design a better method for matching students with colleges.” Selingo’s observation highlights one of the biggest challenges that higher institutions face today: recruiting the right students.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday

Thanks to our customers and the entire Workday community who joined us last week for Workday Rising 2014! The Workday film crew roamed the halls to ask what you thought about the conference—we hope you enjoy this video of your spirited answers.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday

Workday today announced Workday Insight Applications, a brand new approach to business analytics. Workday's Dan Beck, vice president of technology products and Adeyemi "Ade" Ajao, vice president of technology strategy, answer five questions about how the applications work─and the talent and technology behind them.  Read Entire Blog >>

Joe Korngiebel

Today at Workday Rising 2014, we introduced a new mobile experience as part of our commitment to deliver continuous and relevant innovations to our customers. In the design and development of our new mobile experience, we continue to explore the latest trends and technology advances among leading consumer applications and listened to customers about their needs. Mobile usage has spiked tremendously within our customer base over the past year—we’ve seen a 400% increase in transaction volume coming from mobile devices. To support this rapid growth, we looked for new ways to engage our on-the-go customers.  Read Entire Blog >>

Liz Dietz

Today we announced Workday Student Recruiting, following a year of close collaboration with nine customer design partners from a variety of colleges and universities. It is so important for higher-education institutions to get recruiting right. In this video, I talk a little bit about why it's critical, and what happens when they get it wrong. I wrap that up with a tour of the application.  Read Entire Blog >>