In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Pete Schlampp, vice president of Workday Analytics, talks with host David Clarke about why making sense of business data is no longer the strict purview of the IT department—advancements in technology are now enabling business users to perform complex analysis.
In 2018, businesses will contend with all kinds of change. In this episode, KPMG Principal Joe Moawad talks about the biggest issues impacting businesses and how the CFO role and finance organization are evolving to support all of this change.
We’re excited to announce the opening of Workday’s South Africa office in Johannesburg this week. To kick things off, we talked with Marilyn Rose Chaplin, group executive for human resources at Dimension Data, about the company’s need for HR transformation and the journey to get there with Workday.
What are the latest innovations in healthcare, and how can healthcare organizations take advantage of emerging technologies? In this Q&A, Lynne Dunbrack, research vice president at IDC and co-author of "IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Health Industry 2018 Predictions," discusses these topics and more.
Watch this short video to learn how our approach to Workday's interface, which automatically delivers the latest interface innovations without requiring any process or configuration changes, gives all 26 million users a delightful experience.
Workday's public policy agenda is determined by how well a particular policy empowers our customers and our employees. Jim Shaughnessy shares six policy areas Workday will focus on this year: intelligent technologies/AI, blockchain, free flow of data, privacy, cybersecurity, and inclusion.
In an interview with GovLoop, Sherry Amos from Workday discusses the state of technology in government entities, including how organizations have benefited from their gradual adoption of cloud technologies.
For finance leaders, the road ahead is paved with great possibility and remarkable change. Use our interactive infographic to gain insights into the changing CFO role, the future finance team, and automation in the finance space.
At Workday, we’ve worked hard to understand our healthcare customers’ challenges and support them in meeting their business goals. Today, Workday is honored to be named Best in KLAS in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) by KLAS Research. Workday was also recognized as a Category Leader in Talent Management.
We asked customers, partners, and Workday executives about the biggest issues and trends impacting CIOs and IT leaders this year. They share their insights on security and privacy, AI and automation, and analytics.
Finance leaders who can effectively take on an advisory role, while leveraging technologies that help them quickly deliver meaningful data, will be best suited for a successful 2018. Workday customers, executives, and partners share their take on the biggest issues and trends impacting finance leaders this year.
Workday executives and partners share their insights on the year ahead. They discuss how people leaders are renewing their focus on talent management and recruiting, the employee experience, and the important role technology and data will play in driving initiatives like workplace diversity.
May 25, 2018—the deadline for compliance with GDPR— looms large on the horizon. How are businesses meeting the challenge? Jacob Kjeldgaard Olsen, senior director of strategy and change at Velux, shares how Workday provided them with the foundation to get to GDPR compliance.
Through a text and video experience, we share a story about Interstate Batteries, a Workday customer. CIO Onyeka Nchege discusses how Interstate Batteries moved away from manual processes, transformed HR, and found a strong partner in Workday.
Businesses have to transform. Comfort means standing still, and standing still means falling behind, writes Gonzalo Benedit, president of EMEA and APJ at Workday. For business leaders looking to challenge their comfort levels, Benedit offers three tips for success.
Please join us on April 24 for Workday Opportunity Onramps. This inaugural workforce development conference is for any organization interested in providing training, internships, and job opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds who face barriers to employment, as well as workforce development organizations seeking to learn more from their corporate hiring partners.
As Workday’s chief trust officer, Josh DeFigueiredo's responsibility is to build and grow the relationship of trust between Workday and its customers. DeFigueiredo shares how Workday continues to explore ways to help our customers keep their data safe, including our recently announced partnership with Duo Security around multi-factor authentication.
At Workday, we have a yearly goal that never changes—to help our customers realize as much value as they can from our products and services. Emily McEvilly, senior vice president of services, shares her top three picks for how your organization can get more out of Workday in 2018.
At a recent Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner hosted by Workday, Lynn Christensen, senior vice president of product development, led a conversation on how to innovate and find creative solutions to work problems.
At Workday Rising Europe, Workday security product manager Archana Ramamoorthy discussed why hackers seek to exploit human weakness and how businesses can build a plan to prevent, detect, and respond to this increasing threat. She recommends three steps to take to keep users and data safe.