Large Medical University Sought Guidance and Advocacy when Implementing Workday® Across All Three of Their Entities
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is comprised of three separate entities: a state funded university, a hospital, and practice plan. MUSC wanted to bring all three entities under one umbrella utilizing Workday®.
International Drilling and Technology Company Needed Help Developing a Workday® Change Management Strategy
An international drilling and technology company required help developing a change management strategy. This involved the reimplementation of several Workday® modules—Payroll, Time Tracking, HCM, Talent and Performance—all at the same time.
Technology Company Sought Change Management & Training Services When Going Live with a New Workday® Payroll System
A cloud computing and technology company was already using Workday® for HCM, Benefits, Absence, and Time Tracking. However, a month before they were scheduled to go live with a new Workday® Payroll system, management was not confident the payroll team was ready.
International Drilling and Technology Company Sought Help with their Merit Process
An international drilling and technology company had recently reimplemented Workday® and desired to use Workday® Compensation to handle their yearly merit, bonus, and stock awards.
Cloud Computing and Technology Company Required Help Implementing Workday® Payroll
A cloud computing and technology company had been using Workday® for HCM, Benefits, Absence, and Time Tracking, but they realized they lacked the in-house expertise to implement the Workday® Payroll module.
Oil and Gas Company Completes Successful End-to-End Testing as Part of a Reimplementation Project
A 4,500-employee drilling rig and technology company was working with IJA Strategies to reimplement a Workday® solution from the ground up.
Multi-National Company Completes One of the Largest Reimplementation Projects in the Workday® Ecosystem
A multi-national drilling rig and technology company had an outdated Workday® system that wasn’t performing optimally for their 4,500-employee workforce. The system wasn’t maintained, was slow, and wasn’t solving for their unique business circumstances.
Public-Facing Non-profit Company Needed Help Selecting an ECM Product
A large, international public-facing non-profit company needed help in selecting an Enterprise Content Management product for their HR department.
Data Analytics Software Firm Prepares for IPO Rollout
A data analytics software firm was preparing for their IPO rollout and had a two-fold challenge.
American-Based, International Manufacturer Prepares for Multiple Initiatives
An international manufacturer had multiple ongoing projects, and needed additional support to improve the HCM portion of the Workday® tenant to drive those initiatives.
Multi-National Holding Company Prepares for US Payroll Rollout with Extensive Testing
A decentralized, multi-national holding company was preparing to go live with phases 1.5-2 of Workday® implementation. This included a global rollout of HCM and a US rollout of Benefits, Absence, US Payroll, and Time Tracking.
Global Company Grows a Multi-National Workday® Solution
An organization began their international expansion over the course of a few years by purchasing existing companies with a global presence. As they expanded, other locations were brought into the Workday® platform partially or not at all.
Client Sought Custom Workday® Solution Following Divestiture
A $60 billion-dollar multi-national company had been a Workday® client for five years. The company was divided into three legal entities that were all combined into one Workday® tenant. As a result of a divestiture, two of the three entities branched off and became separate companies.