Cloud application company Workday recently unveiled a series of changes to its leadership team, including the promotion of Robynne Sisco and Chano Fernandez to co-presidents.
Sisco and Fernandez will retain their positions as chief financial officer and global head of field operations, respectively. As co-presidents, Sisco will oversee Workday’s finance organization and Fernandez will be responsible for strategic partner alliances
Workday also named Phil Wilmington as vice chairman and Mark Peek as managing director and co-head of the company’s investment arm, Workday Ventures.
Wilmington will create and expand relationships with global customers, potential clients and strategic business partners in his new role.
Peek will be in charge of Workday’s investments in emerging enterprise technologies in cooperation with Leighanne Levensaler, who was also appointed as managing director and co-head of Workday Ventures.
Levensaler will continue to serve in her post as senior vice president of corporate strategy.
Workday offers cloud-based enterprise applications for finance and human resources activities.