And the winner is?
[Shout-out to my colleague Lisa Rowan at IDC. Her recent guest post was the impetus for my finishing this post, which I had started right after Workday went public on 10-12-2012.]
1987: Bloom & Wallace and PeopleSoft Founded
1987 was a big year in the history of HR technology. That’s [...]
[Full disclosure: Workday is a client, but I attended their Tech Summit 2012 and a portion of Workday Rising 2012 as an "influencer," and my related travel expenses were reimbursed by Workday.]
You may have thought that everything that could be said about Workday’s Tech Summit 2012 had already been posted, but you [...]
[Full disclosure: Workday is a client as are a number of their competitors. More importantly, I been looking under the covers of HRM enterprise software practically forever, and before that I was writing the code.]
I still haven’t digested every word in Workday’s recently released S-1, nor am I likely to do [...]
Workday 16 On Tablet
[Full disclosure: Workday is a client as are several of her competitors. Also, where I've noted below that something is free, a more precise description (with thanks to Dennis Howlett for suggesting this clarification) would be "included at no additional cost" if you've subscribed HCM.]
It seems like only yesterday [...]
Aneel Bhusri and Dave Duffield, Workday Founders/Co-CEOs
Full disclosure: Workday is a client, and I was a compensated speaker at Workday Rising 2011.
After several days in Vegas at Workday Rising, attending lots of sessions (including one I did with Leighanne Levensaler, VP for HCM product strategy, in which she did the play by play [...]
You may well wonder why I’m writing about this when Workday’s newest release (yes, those releases are coming three times a year when PeopleSoft releases are coming every 3 years) has already been covered by several of the top enterprise software analysts, including Altimeter’s Ray Wang, InformationWeek’s Doug Henschen and Strativa’s Frank Scavo, and many more have full research notes [...]