Some intriguing digital payroll futures are in the works at SAP and elsewhere, even though existing systems are among the last to move to the cloud
CityMD fills the gap between regular physicians and critical care. It is expanding fast and needed a system that respond quickly. Workday provided an integrated answer that saves both time and money.
Trump's 'universal healthcare' plan may be vague but it holds the seeds for revolutionary change. What does this mean for people and systems?
Uber's losing at an employment tribunal in London is a temporary setback for the company. Here's why.
Two years ago, car maker Jaguar Land Rover set out to standardize its HR in the cloud. Here's what it learned about converging processes, data and teams
Ossur Technologies, an Icelandic manufacturer of non-invasive orthopaedics equipment, has upped its investment in cloud-based HR as it expands into new territories.
SAP's Q3 FY2016 was marginally above expectations at the top line, albeit marred by heavy currency impact. Stock based compensation hit margin.The company ups outlook.
Ensono was recently spun out of Acxiom and had to refactor its IT landscape. This was an opportunity to rethink business processes and invest in software as a service offerings. Here is their story.
A strong collaboration environment can deliver a strong result. Here is how PLNU did just that.
Workday Rising saw the release of long-awaited products today but also some surprise steps into the collaboration and productivity realm
The recent troubles of the Co-Operative Group have been well documented. However, part of the turnaround plan is to invest in its people and systems.
The company responsible for bottling and advertising many of the Pepsi-Cola brands we see on supermarket shelves are re-engaging employees with Oracle HCM in the cloud.
The choice between incremental change to legacy systems or rip-and-replace with new tech creates a dilemma for finance leaders writes Workday's Mark Nittler