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WestMed CFO Anthony Colletta joined us to talk industry competition, Covid-19 decision-making, Workday, and more. [Sponsored by Workday]
This transcript covers the full conversation between Bob Evans, Indy Baines, and Eric Washer of Workday during Industry Cloud Battleground Week.
As each industry experiences unique challenges, new innovations are challenging traditional business models and Workday has industry-specific tech to meet those challenges.
The unifying trend that’s boosting Salesforce, Snowflake & Workday’s combined market cap to $500 billion is industry-specific solutions.
Six of the world’s top cloud vendors shared their visions for the future of business, including Industry Cloud Top 10 #1 Salesforce.
SAP CEO Christian Klein took notable shots against archrivals Workday and Oracle in framing SAP’s growing cloud momentum in Q3.
In the wickedly competitive cloud HCM market, Workday will replace the large on-premises CVS Health system, co-CEO Aneel Bhusri said.
The recent Amazon-Workday reset and Workday’s subsequent engagement with Google Cloud underscore the need for cloud-ecosystem nimbleness.
Customers’ evaluations compiled by research firm Raven Intel show that the question of who’s #1 among SAP, Oracle & Workday remains open.
Traditional financial tools can’t offer the flexibility and interconnectedness that CFOs require today, Workday co-CEO Chano Fernandez said.
Bhusri said CFOs who’ve battled thru the pandemic with inflexible on-prem systems are on the verge of committing fully to the cloud.
Workday is the only 2-CEO vendor among cloud leaders —and co-founder and co-CEO Aneel Bhusri is thrilled with his new working arrangement.
Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri makes clear that the world-rocking events of 2020 have had a deep impact on his sense of perspective and priorities.
Workday has competed, won, and excelled against its larger rivals while also winning awards for being a fabulous company to work for.
Walmart, Accenture, UPS and GE all went live on Workday HCM in Q3, with those 4 companies representing almost 3 million new users.
The three vendors whose cloud revenue is growing most rapidly are Google at 44.8%, Oracle 33% (estimated), and Microsoft 31%.
Later this week when Oracle releases its fiscal-Q1 numbers, I expect Larry Ellison to use the earnings call to accomplish 3 objectives.
The co-CEO model might be out at fellow cloud powerhouses, but Workday just revived the unconventional management structure.
In announcing Q2 growth and earnings last week, Workday execs did not specifically mention Oracle and SAP, but the subtext was clear.