Going live on Workday is an exciting accomplishment for any organization. But once the deployment team is no longer doing daily check-ins, it can be challenging to sustain the momentum of transformation. With real transformation happening after the go-live, having a plan for reinforcing and sustaining change is key to propelling your organization forward.
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If you’ve been paying attention to updates from Workday, you may know that People Experience is coming in September’s Workday release. If you opted out of People Experience in the March 2022 major release, here are some things to consider as you prepare your organization adopt Workday Today before the September 10 deadline.
Your organization has made it: you’re live on Workday! But now that the excitement of the go-live moment has passed, you’re likely wondering…what’s next?
When is the right time to consider Application Management Services (AMS)? The answer is different based on your organization’s goals, and where you are on your transformation journey. There are numerous benefits to extended services, especially if using a system like Workday. Here are some trends we see that drive customers to engage with a management services provider.
Going live on Workday is a huge accomplishment for any organization. A cloud solution that seamlessly connects information and creates efficiencies is a game-changer and frees resources to focus on higher value activities. However, for many organizations, once the deployment partner is no longer part of the day-to-day processes, it can be challenging to know how to use Workday to its full potential. Engaging post-production support or an application management services (AMS) provider can help you deploy additional applications missed in the initial implementation or provide experienced resources to stabilize the transition for ongoing operations.