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.
It’s been more than a decade since the financial crisis, which brought with it unparalleled levels of disruption and strict compliance requirements for banks and financial services institutions. However, there is also a fantastic opportunity to continue to grow and thrive—if organizations push digital transformation to the top of their agenda. Gonzalo Benedit shares three important takeaways for financial services companies to consider.
Many companies introduce new technologies without a view of the overall enterprise technology strategy. Gonzalo Benedit, president, EMEA and APJ at Workday, discusses how business and technology leaders should think of themselves as the conductors of their enterprise orchestras—owning the strategic purpose and the task of ensuring all technology initiatives meet the broader business goal.
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.
Why does the cloud make perfect sense for a mid-market manufacturing company? Paul Wright, CIO at Accuride Corporation, discusses that and more in this podcast. The vehicle components company now has most of its systems in the cloud, including financials, HR, manufacturing, and productivity. Take a listen.
Digital transformation isn’t doing business as usual in a more efficient way, but reimagining your business in a way that allows you to stay competitive in a disrupt-or-be-disrupted world. Workday CIO Diana McKenzie shares four lessons she's learned about how to successfully advance a digital transformation strategy.
An IDC report finds that while most European business leaders have started the journey to digital transformation, many face roadblocks due to a lack of the right technology and poor systems integration. Read on to learn three ways to drive successful digital transformation from a core business system perspective.
It’s not just the cloud model that brings like-minded companies together, but the fact that companies who want to stay innovative keenly understand the main business drivers of their peers. Innovation continues to move at an unparalleled pace for companies of all sizes, and keeping up means having a technology partner that is built to support change and an inspiring culture.
Digital transformation is too often like a muscled race horse that’s eager to gallop out the gate, but doesn’t yet have a rider who can tame its speed and power. CIOs share thoughts and tips on their role in leading the race to innovation.
Designit, a Copenhagen-based design firm, knew that a single, unified system for both finance and HR was critical to support its global growth. And given its area of expertise, user experience and design were particularly important attributes. Rasmus Moller Sorensen, executive director at Designit, discusses the company's deployment of Workday and its journey toward digital transformation.