PLEASANTON, Calif., March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Workday Inc. (NASDAQ: WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human ressourcestoday announced that Genpact (NYSE: G), a global professional services firm focused on digital transformation, has selected Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management (HCM)and Workday Professional Services Automation (PSA) to help scale its global business and support better data governance across the organization and its customer ecosystem.
With more than 100,000 employees serving more than 700 clients in more than 30 countries, Genpact is one of the world’s largest professional services organizations and leverages thousands of processes to drive real-world transformation at scale for its global customers. New and existing customers continue to choose Genpact for end-to-end transformation solutions that help streamline internal systems for increased efficiency so they can better serve their employees and customers.
With Workday, Genpact will:
- Take advantage of a single platform for finance, human resources and operations. By consolidating its nearly 30 disparate systems spanning finance, HR and external operations into a single platform – Workday Enterprise Management Cloud – Genpact will get a complete view of its tailored data. This includes billing and project costs, expenses, revenue recognition, talent and staffing requirements, workforce planning, and more to ensure optimal business performance.
- Stay agile with comprehensive data governance. The Workday platform will contribute to the overall standardization of processes across Genpact’s Finance, HR, Procurement, Sourcing, and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) teams to ensure faster and secure access to data for better decision-making and efficiency. streamlined.
- Deliver engaging and personalized employee experiences. By automating finance and HR tasks, such as forecast modeling, onboarding, benefits, performance, and time tracking, Genpact will create a more productive and unified experience for its global workforce.
“Organizations need to keep pace with their business demands, whether it’s quick access to financial and HR data, onboarding new employees and customers, or having the information needed to fully understand the financial and operational health of their organization,” said Sayan Chakraborti, executive vice president, product and technology, Workday. “With Workday, Genpact will have a single solution that brings together its people, finances, and data so it can keep constant momentum on its business needs and pivot quickly to meet growing and changing demands.”
“Genpact is rooted in data-driven decisions; it powers everything we do for our customers and our teams. Consolidating multiple disparate systems into Workday will simplify the data we use to run our business and provide an improved infrastructure to finance, onboarding, succession planning, vendor management and other critical operational functions to enable us to continuously support and evolve our employee and customer experience,” said Darren Saumur, Chief Operating Officer, Genpact. “Selecting partners whose culture aligns with ours is critical. Workday’s entrepreneurial spirit, especially its customer-centric approach, encourages us, challenges us, and pushes us to think about the how we operate internally to further improve our customer service.”
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