Data-driven solutions for application development, reporting and sourcing are also part of the announced partnership.
As organizations adapt strategies to respond to the dynamic nature of today’s environment, they will need systems that provide the data-driven insights and flexibility needed to assist the company’s hiring efforts and growth goals.
One global giant with such requirements is Google LLC. As part of its ongoing investment in talent management strategies, the firm will expand its current use of Workday’s Human Capital Management (HCM), adding new applications to deliver enhanced employee experiences and recruiting to support its global workforce.
This expanded use of Human Capital Management solutions will help the firm as it continues to drive talent optimization, personalize training and career journeys, while further streamlining its HR management operations.
Said Arvind KC, Vice President of Corporate Engineering for People Operations, Google: “We are excited about our partnership with Workday; they are the backbone of our HCM suite and have been consistently innovating in this space. Talent development is critical to Google’s success, and we look forward to strengthening (the) partnership to build the best product suite for addressing our people needs.”
Other solutions involved in the partnership cater to adaptive planning (for holistic finance, operations, sales, workforce planning), accelerated application development, reporting and analytics, and strategic sourcing. According to David Somers, Group General Manager, Office of the CHRO, Workday: “In today’s evolving world of work, organizations are investing in technologies that can adapt and scale with their business at an accelerated pace,” and need the ability to plan, execute, analyze, and extend in a single system “as they advance their digital initiatives.”