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  • June 26, 2013
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”
  • June 26, 2013 Project Objective Statement: This should be a 25 word or less statement of the project objective, including scope, schedule and resources. Example: Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by 6/1/04 for $500k. Note that at this point (New project) the details of schedule and cost/resources may not be known. Give an estimate from the Business case or use approximations, for example “Implement a disaster recovery site for critical financial systems and processes by summer 2004 for less than $1M”. Scope Statement: give a several sentence long statement of the scope of this project What is NOT Included: if there are specific things that are excluded from this project, point those out here. For example: “This project will provide functionality for EMEA only, rollout to the US and APAC will occur at a later time.”

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  • An overviewbyBalaji Gadicharla
  • Page 2Agenda Product Overview User Interface Interfacing with other applications Technology Implementation methodology Training options Q & A
  • Page 3Product Overview Workday® software supports the following functions Human Capital Management• Global Human Resource Management• Global Talent Management Payroll Solutions• Workday Payroll• Third Party Payroll Network• Payroll Co-Sourcing Services Project and Work Management Spend Management• Procurement• Employee Expenses• Contingent Labor Financial Management• Core Finance• Revenue Management• Business Assets More than 280 customers so far that include Flextronics, Kimberley Clark, AAA
  • Page 4Product Overview..contd Cloud based ERP platform serviced in a SaaS model No hardware/software/database to buy, install, upgrade or maintain All customers will be on the latest version all the time Supports multi-currency, multi entity, multi language global deployments The software includes core ERP functionality along with- Embedded business analytics solution- Availability on mobile devices- Business Process Framework to optimize customer workflows and processes- Integration of controls and auditing, SOX and Segregation of Duties- Ease of integration with third party tools using open standard based webservices calls
  • Page 5User Interface Navigation to different forms possiblethrough search box similar to websites Reports have lots of actionable linksother than just drilldowns Easily enables looking at data acrossdifferent modules (P2P, HR, financeetc) without too much navigation.Provides internet like user experience User friendly rules engine enablessetting up of approval flows easily Access to modules controlled throughroles UI presents list of actions end user canperform at any given point rather thanjust standard menus
  • Page 6Interfacing with other applications Interfaces to/from Workday handled throughopen standard webservices call to WorkdayIntegration Cloud Other middleware like TIBCO, Oracle Fusion,Microsoft.Net also supported Tools available from Workday for buildinginterfaces : Enterprise Interface Builder,Workday Studio Following categories of service available :• Business Management Service : to programmaticallyinteract with key service areas• Reporting Service : to get data out of Workday anddelivered via RSS or traditional SOAP-based messages.• Outbound Messaging Services : alerts to externalapplications when business events occur• Infrastructure Services - allows external applications tomonitor the execution of integration events
  • Page 7Technology Does not use Relational Database model like traditional ERPs Application is built on a highly object-oriented structure; considersemployees, assets, customers etc., as an object with respectiveattributes Runs almost entirely in-memory (RAM) making it very fast Data is stored in the disk only as a data security and for disasterrecovery Schedule of three releases per year. Client can choose to delayturning on significant new Workday software functionality Fully secure at physical, network and database levels with all relevantcertifications (SAS70, SSAE, ISO etc)
  • Page 8Implementation Methodology
  • Page 9Training Options In Classroom : instructor led classroom training at Workday facilitiesin Pleasanton, CA or Oakbrook Terrace, IL Virtual Classroom : instructor led training over the Webex On Demand : self-paced non-instructor led training. Suitable for userswho need immediate access to specific training Workday adoption toolkit : Consists of tools and resources likevideos, FAQs, facilitator guide etc., to train end users
  • Page 10Q & AThanks for your attention!Sigmora Technologieswww.sigmora.combalaji.gadicharla@sigmora.com