With the addition of this incredible team and technology, we will power our analytics products to be more intelligent and our UX to be more conversational. This means our customers can find even more opportunities to improve their business without having to dig through data or wait on detailed reports.
We’ll be sharing more about our analytics strategy and roadmap in the coming year—so in the meantime—please join me in welcoming the Stories.bi team to Workday!
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