Global companies are grappling with increased complexities and challenges, especially as they expand into new markets. Here's a look at three significant sources of those challenges, and how leveraging advances in financial systems and having a single source of truth for data can make a big difference.
How prepared is your business for May 25, 2018—the date the General Data Protection Regulation becomes enforceable? At Workday Rising Europe, Jeremy Baker, affiliate professor at ESCP Europe business school, outlined how organizations can prepare for these new rules and avoid penalties for non-compliance.
2018 has been a tough year for many European retailers, yet some economic indicators suggest a more positive outlook on the horizon. Gonzalo Benedit discusses how retailers can deliver a consistent customer experience across all touch points, starting with their internal customers—the employees.
Workday's senior director of revenue recognition shares what's she's learned in her preparation for revenue recognition changes, and how cloud-based Workday Financial Management has made the difference.
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.
New lease accounting standards that go into effect starting in late 2018 could have a big impact on companies’ financial statements. Betsy Bland explains the rules and how corporate accounting teams can prepare.
In this episode of Behind the Cloud, Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove talks with host David Clarke about the main principles of GDPR compliance, Workday’s role in supporting our customers’ compliance, and the skills and capabilities needed to ensure data privacy.
Legacy ERP systems treated business governance as an afterthought. That’s no longer acceptable—the cost of noncompliance is just too high. In part three of his blog series, Mark Nittler explains what organizations should require of their finance systems in an environment of heightened corporate accountability and transparency.