|[December 17, 2013]
Cambridge University Press Selects DayNine Consulting to Consolidate Operations with Workday HCM
PLEASANTON, Calif. & LONDON --(Business Wire)--
DayNine Consulting (www.daynine.com),
a leading global Workday
(NYSE: WDAY) services partner, was selected by Cambridge
University Press ("the Press") to deploy their Workday Human Capital
Management (HCM) solution. The announcement marks the latest development
in DayNine's growing European presence. The Press selected DayNine for
the company's leadership in delivering successful global Workday
solutions on time and on budget. DayNine will provide the Press with a
single global enterprise HCM system utilizing Workday HCM, Cloud Connect
for HCM and Cloud Connect for a third-party payroll system.
Currently managing information for over 2,000 employees at 50 offices
around the world with different systems, the Press selected Workday's
unified HCM solution after thorough market evaluation. With DayNine's
expertise, the Press will achieve a single sytem-of-record centralizing
all global HR information. Further, integration with the Press's
existing payroll and Finance systems is expected to dramatically reduce
costs as well as staff time in managing the data. Taking advantage of
DayNine's proven experience with global Workday deployments and
integrations, the Press will gain greater visibility and insight to its
current workforce and will see benefits arising from a single source of
its colleague data.
Founded in 1534 in Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press
is part of the University of Cambridge and furthers the University's
mission by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of education, learning
and research at the highest international levels of excellence. Its
publishing lists comprise over 50,000 titles covering academic research,
professional development, over 300 research journals, school-level
education, English language teaching and Bible publishing. This list is
growing at a rate of nearly 4,000 ISBNs every year and spans subjects
from aesthetics through to zoology.
"As a global publisher with operations around the world, it is essential
that we have complete insight to our talented global workforce," said
Cathy Armor, Director for People at the Press. "It was the global,
cloud-based solutions of Workday that best matched our requirements,
combined with DayNine's Workday expertise and proven ability to complete
complex, global deployments on time and within budget."
DayNine's Advanced Data services will enable the Press to easily convert
existing HCM data from numerous home-grown systems. The project will
take full advantage of DayNine's predictable deployment methods to
go-live at the Press in early 2014.
"We are excited to be working with an organization of The Press's
calibre," said Colin Anderson, Vice President and GM, EMEA and APJ, for
DayNine. "This new project will leverage our close global Workday
partnership, enabling The Press to fully utilize the extensive Workday
capabilities. The potential to have broader and more intuitive desktop
and mobile access to employee information will enable more informed
decision-making. Employees and managers will also benefit from our
extensive experience deploying Workday's entire solution suite."
About DayNine Consulting
DayNine Consulting is a leading global Workday consulting and deployment
partner, passionate about helping customers get the most value from
their greatest assets - their people - by deploying and optimizing
Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Payroll and Workday Financial
Management within their organizations. DayNine's recognized ability to
deliver this outstanding value is directly correlated to effectively
partnering with customers to understand their business and to assess,
advise, and seamlessly deploy Workday solutions across technology,
process, and people.
Learn more about DayNine Consulting at www.daynine.com.
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