Customer Reference Conversations

Adventist HealthCare
With 766,000 encounters across 2 acute care hospitals, a rehabilitation hospital, urgent care centers, outpatient imaging centers, and a home health organization, Adventist HealthCare needed real-time data analysis for better and faster decision-making. Join this session to learn why the Adventist CIO believes Workday is now Adventist HealthCare’s most important clinical system and how Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Supply Chain Management for Healthcare, Workday Payroll, Workday Expenses, Workday Learning, Workday Recruiting, and Workday Grants Management have given the organization a unified view of its business.

Speaker: Chris Ghion, CP CIO, Adventist HealthCare
CLEAResult
With over 2,800 employees, CLEAResult has grown to become the single largest provider of energy solutions in North America. Join this session to hear how CLEAResult became a customer of Workday and Adaptive Insights and the highlights of its Workday experience. Hear how Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, and Workday Professional Services Automation enable CLEAResult to streamline operations and consolidate systems into a single source of truth with real-time data for planning, reporting, and decision-making.

Speaker: Leisa Tremblay, Senior Director IT, CLEAResult
Dodge & Cox
Many of the world’s leading financial services companies use Workday. Learn firsthand from Dodge & Cox how it deployed and is leveraging Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Payroll, Workday Recruiting, Workday Time Tracking, and Workday Expenses. Dodge & Cox, with approximately 300 employees, used a phased approach in its Workday deployment, centralizing a decentralized HR system and transforming its financial processes from paper-based to electronic.

Speaker: Marian Baldauf, Vice President, Dodge & Cox
EcoLab
Hear from Ecolab—a global manufacturing company with 47,000 employees across more than 170 countries—about its Workday experience. Learn how the flexible Workday system has enabled more growth through acquisitions and the ability to meet the demands of a highly mobile workforce. Hear how Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Payroll, Workday Prism Analytics, Workday Recruiting, Workday Learning, and Workday Time Tracking provides a single system that helps Ecolab increase efficiency across departments and procedures.

Speaker: Glen Johnson, VP, HR Technology and Shared Services, EcoLab
Hulu
Launched in 2008, Hulu is the leading premium streaming service offering live and on-demand TV and movies. Join this session to hear why Hulu selected Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management, and the benefits the company has realized with a single system that provides real-time data for more streamlined reporting—without the spreadsheets.

Speaker: Amit Patel, Senior Director Strategic Sourcing and Procurement, Hulu
Panera Bread
Join this session to learn what led Panera Bread—which employs upwards of 62,000 associates and produces over 110,000 W2s—to become a Workday customer, and hear the highlights of its Workday experience. Learn why Panera Bread selected Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Payroll, and Workday Time Tracking as a single system to help increase efficiency, improve productivity, reduce costs, manage complexity, and scale with its evolving business.

Speaker: Barb Muellerleile, Director Finance, Payroll, Panera Bread
The Texas A&M University System
The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) has over 150,000 students and 48,000 employees spanning 11 universities, and 7 state agencies serving over 250 counties. Prior to Workday, TAMUS was challenged by mainframe legacy systems built on 35-year-old code that left the organization open to risk. Now, TAMUS uses Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Payroll, Workday Time Tracking, and Workday Recruiting as a single system for its HR and payroll needs, realizing reduced manual entries and a more holistic perspective of its business for better decision-making.

Speaker: Mark Schulz, Deputy CIO, The Texas A&M University System