Why are the world’s biggest retailers looking to Workday? Chano Fernandez outlines three key trends that showcase why Workday is a trusted partner to empower the current and future state of retail.
Chano Fernandez previously served as Co-CEO at Workday.
While UK-based HR leaders view economic change and the UK’s departure from the EU as challenges, they also identify areas where they can make a real difference in the success of their companies. Learn more from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Workday’s “HR Outlook for 2017” report.
As Workday Rising Europe comes to a close in Barcelona, Chano Fernandez shares his observations about the growth of Workday's customer, partner, and employee community in Europe.
Workday Rising Europe will take place at Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona, 15-17 November. Here’s a look at some of the key tracks, and information on how you can still register for the event or watch the Executive Keynote live.
When choosing a cloud vendor, don't just look at SLA promises—look at past performance and how good a partner a vendor will be in the future.
Among the things Chano Fernandez shared during the Workday Rising Europe opening keynote were some of the data points around the incredible growth of our European community. Read more about how Chano defines our European growth.
This morning at Workday Rising Europe in Dublin, we announced an enhanced EU support policy enabling customers in our European data centers, whose data is processed and backed up in Europe, to choose to have their data supported only by personnel based in Europe or other countries with data privacy adequacy. Read more from Chano Fernandez.
The recent ruling of the European Court of Justice invalidating the EU-US Safe Harbor agreement has introduced a level of uncertainty into discussions around global data privacy. As always, Workday puts what is right for the customer at the centre of what we do, and we are approaching this latest development with that core value front of mind.
At Workday Rising Europe 2015 in Dublin, we'll gather with our European customers to celebrate the successes we've achieved together. Chano Fernandez, president EMEA, discusses the growth of Workday's European community, and why it's imperative Workday runs its business with a customer-led ethos.
What is simplicity? It’s a deceptively simple question, isn’t it? Especially if you happen to be a business or organisation looking for enterprise applications in today’s marketplace. Proclamations about simplicity are everywhere: every product is simple to use, scale, implement, and integrate. Yet to design technologies and user experiences that truly are simple, you can’t build on the complex. You have to start from scratch.
In his new book SAP Nation: a runaway software economy, Vinnie Mirchandani introduces the idea of the "customer pivot"—that point when a customer of traditional software applications decides to take some kind of substantial alternative route.
After visiting with customers, partners, and prospective customers in cities throughout Europe, I finished a month-long trip with a stop at Workday’s Amsterdam office last week. The timing was perfect, as I was able to tour our new state-of-the-art training centre for customers and partners. Today, the centre opened for training! Our European team is very excited about this new facility for many reasons, including its impact on the following areas.
Today we are hosting the first Workday Rising Europe in London, designed specifically for our customers in Europe. This event will also benefit others wanting to learn more about Workday from our team members and customers. It’s also my first Workday Rising! Having heard about these legendary customer events in the U.S., I know our London gathering will be a great one. The interest in Workday Rising Europe among customers and prospective customers has exceeded our expectations, and all of us at Workday are incredibly honoured by such enthusiasm.