Workday is an advanced platform and runs on public cloud. It is built for the modern workforce. Their technology aligns with the current trends in IT. Their continuous updates and enterprise focus make them a feasible choice for the companies. Workday also has strategic partnerships with other industry-leading tech companies such as Sales force and IBM.
One zone where Workday sparkles is its natural design. Workday is built on modern architecture and provides a UI built for the web. Workday provides users a single experience across mobile, tablets, and desktop views. The UI is designed to change with the latest trends and needs of the consumers, without touching the core functionality of the product. That implies UI changes don’t change user’s way of work.
Workday offers business intelligence features. These features vary the most based on where business’s data will be stored. Workday connects to outside data sources to build analytic reports within Workday. These tools are available all across the system to bring insights right into the dashboards, but the addition of outside data elevates the feature to a business intelligence tool.
Workday doesn’t have a built-in CRM application, but it does offer native integration with Salesforce, thanks to a strategic partnership between the two companies.
Workday’s developers push software updates automatically through the cloud so there’s no need for system administrators or end-users to deploy periodic software updates. This also means companies won’t have to invest in any hardware or infrastructure which results in cost saving.