As Workday continues to compete successfully against much-larger rivals Oracle and SAP in the red-hot cloud ERP and HCM markets, Workday is using its nimbleness to complete customer deployments at what it says are far lower costs than those of its larger rivals. For decades, enterprise-tech applications vendors have grudgingly had to admit that for every
Riding booming results from its Financial Management SaaS apps as well as its recently acquired Planning apps, Workday says a number of customers are now buying the financial apps without already being users of its flagship HCM apps, signaling a new level of marketplace awareness and acceptance of Workday Financials. Across the board, Workday reported
Dr. Ganesh Kumar has been the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Executive Vice President of OFG Bancorp since March 2017. He served as the Chief Financial Officer of Oriental Financial Group Inc. since January 2012 until March 2017 and served as its Executive Vice President until March 2017. Dr. Kumar is responsible for corporate finance, strategic planning, accounting and financial reporting and business analytics.
In his role at Care.com, Dan Giurleo is responsible for the evaluation and negotiation of global ERP and EPM technology platforms. He led the execution of a global Workday Financials implementation, including data model design, business process definition, system configuration, roles and security definition, data conversion, testing, and report design.
Hoping to combine its superb track record for customer success with a big recent acquisition in the operational-planning category, Workday has begun positioning itself as a full-fledged ERP provider whose modern technology and customer-centric approach will begin peeling customers away from market leaders SAP and Oracle. Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri, whose firm until very recently