Companies who have chosen Workday Financial Management include City and County of Denver, Cushman & Wakefield, Etsy, First Financial Bank, LendingTree, Salmat, Saint Luke’s Health System, and Sky Betting & Gaming.
“As our customers evaluate growth strategies, we are confident they have a financial management foundation that can support and scale with their businesses not only today but for years to come,” said Betsy Bland, vice president, financial management products, Workday.
“With Workday Financial Management, CFOs are not only able to equip their finance teams with smarter tools to drive the business forward, but have a system that empowers managers with the insights to be better financial stewards of their organizations.”
Workday also announced the availability of new Workday Financial Management applications and features. New product additions include the general availability of Workday Inventory, new reporting and analytics capabilities, and expanded product translations and localizations.
Separately, Workday said more than 100 customers in Europe selected it to drive their businesses into the future. With Workday, customers are able to move their finance and HR systems to the cloud.
“To remain competitive while keeping pace with constant change, more organisations across Europe are choosing Workday for a financials and HR system in the cloud that is flexible and global at the core,” said Chano Fernandez, president of EMEA, Workday.