Workday Applications Now Used by Over 2,000 Customers In EMEA Including More Than 40% of the FTSE100 and DAX40, and More Than 30% of the CAC40
PLEASANTON, Calif. and STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, today announced continued momentum in the EMEA region, as more companies select Workday to help drive digital transformation.
Amidst growing global uncertainty, organisations are turning to solutions that help them navigate complex environments and integrate data and insights to drive better and faster business outcomes. With Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management (HCM), finance and HR teams can quickly respond to shifts in the business environment and deliver greater value to the business.
Workday continues to scale rapidly in the EMEA region with more than 2,000 customers headquartered in Europe, including Asda, Basic Fit, franprix, Glovo, Mazars, and Telpark. The company has seen significant growth in France, Germany, and the UK, and other European countries. Workday applications are now used by more than 40% of the FTSE100 and DAX40, and more than 30% of the CAC40.
In the current fiscal year, over 100 European-headquartered companies have selected Workday:
"We needed a global, digital HR solution that was easy to use even for non-digital natives. With Workday, we have more than just a digital tool for management of day to day HR activities. We can now offer our employees more autonomy as well as better access to training, which are two key elements that improve the quality of life at work and increase talent retention," said Jonathan Goldfarb, director of Talent, Employer Branding & HR Innovation, franprix.
"We want to inspire and enable our colleagues," said Hayley Tatum, chief people officer, Asda. "Workday will provide employees with the tools to learn and develop new skills relevant to their roles, while helping us to sharpen team and business performance. Workday's agile technology architecture means that we'll be able to take on tomorrow's challenges, helping to ensure that our colleagues have the support they need."
"With Workday, we have found the optimal partner and companion for the future of our company," said Christopher Korduan, CFO, Mazars in Germany. "Workday and Mazars are not only united by a clear vision and corporate culture, we were also convinced by the interpersonal component from the very beginning. Therefore, I am very much looking forward to the collaboration and the new opportunities that will enable us to decisively drive our growth and inspire our employees."
"There is incredible momentum in EMEA for Workday because of our ability to help companies effectively navigate change and drive positive business outcomes. Employee adoption is often one of the biggest challenges in new digital transformation initiatives, but the simplicity of Workday user experience and speed of the Workday architecture encourages rapid user adoption," said Angelique de Vries, president of EMEA, Workday. "Workday is committed to helping customers make faster, more informed decisions that help them fuel business growth."
Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, helping customers adapt and thrive in a changing world. Workday applications for financial management, human resources, planning, spend management, and analytics have been adopted by thousands of organizations around the world and across industries — from medium-sized businesses to more than 50% of the Fortune 500. For more information about Workday, visit workday.com.
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