Pleasanton, California-based Workday Inc. recently reported a continued steady pace of business with its medium enterprise customers, counting on its growing client roster numerous companies that cited successful deployment of its flexible data based platform.
"More and more medium enterprises are adopting Workday given our reputation for having happy customers live on our applications and realizing immediate value," Doug Robinson, Workday’s group vice president for medium enterprise, said. The company lists Aberdeen Asset Management, ALK, Bill Gosling Outsourcing, CustomInk, Ensono, Patagonia, Skandia, TIP Trailer Services and WeWork among its clients.
WeWork’s director of finance technology Mike Hite praised the company’s product, saying “Workday has given us the flexibility to close the books on time, the insights to make faster, smarter decisions, and even more confidence to evolve and enact change for the betterment of the business."
Medium-sized businesses can purchase low-risk packages; increase scalability; gain interoperability for software and take advantage of real-time data access for more informed decisions; and simplify procedures for efficiency and speed. In addition, companies using Workday can work from mobile devices and enjoy the security of built-in fraud protections.
"With Workday … organizations are able to quickly deploy our applications to streamline business processes, increase productivity, and reduce risk all in a single system,” Robinson said. “Experiencing that [return on investment] early on gives customers the confidence that Workday is a technology partner that can support their future growth and long-term success."