Its fast-growing Financials biz and enhanced product lineup have made Workday a very serious competitor vs. traditional heavyweights Oracle and SAP.
During the recent Workday Q4 earnings call, while citing his company’s excellent results, CEO Aneel Bhusri called out both SAP and Oracle failures.
As Workday prepares to release quarterly and 12-month financial results later today, let’s consider its tagline: “Built for the Future.”
Workday has set itself apart from primary rivals SAP and Oracle. But the challenge for Workday in 2020 will be this: can it hold or even extend that lead?
On a fiscal Q2 earnings call last week, Oracle chairman Larry Ellison seemed to be trashing competitors to mask Oracle’s low-growth transition to the cloud.
Workday says its Financials biz will become its biggest revenue driver, underscoring the vendor’s ability to be a broad-based supplier of enterprise apps.
“We’ve always talked about predictive analytics, but they’re now a reality,” said Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri said in a recent exclusive Cloud Wars interview.
At Workday Rising, CEO and longtime cloud evangelist Aneel Bhusri said machine learning will become even more disruptive than cloud computing.
There’s no love lost between Oracle and Workday. But both Larry Ellison and Aneel Bhusri are talking a lot about large orgs’ growing appetite for SaaS apps.
With Workday Rising opening today, let’s preview 3 key questions Workday faces as it embarks on a journey toward becoming a $10-billion global powerhouse.
Last year’s acquisition of planning hotshot Adaptive Insights appears to be the catalyst for ongoing success at Workday, per CEO Aneel Bhusri.
Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri says that about 50% of the Fortune 100 have subscribed to Workday’s cloud HCM services. Of those 50, 35 are already live.
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The vibrancy of the dynamic SaaS segment is on full display in new customer-centric initiatives from Cloud Wars leaders Salesforce and Workday.
Speaking at a recent investors conference, Aneel Bhusri touched on the Workday + Walmart deal, and how new people-based apps have doubled the HCM market.
it was fascinating to see how Microsoft, Amazon and Workday used their latest earnings calls to highlight their broad efforts with machine learning.
Why I was surprised to hear Oracle execs revert to tired tropes, like Workday being “not competitive,” on an otherwise impactful Q4 earnings call.
SVP for strategy & head of Workday Ventures Leighanne Levensaler shared the core principles fueling Workday’s rise within the digital-transformation boom.
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Within the coming year, Workday will likely report its first $1 billion quarter. Read my key takeaways from the company’s recent Q1 earnings call.