Workday Pros and Cons

Workday Pros

Paylead5646465
Payroll Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It stores everything for the employee. It has also been able to store the information that we use for our payroll demand.
It is quite user-friendly.
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Anthony Collier
Principal Integration Architect at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Provides flexibility to integrate with the product. It has several tools, out-of-the-box, for integrations. It delivers pre-built interfaces for specific vendors, pre-built generic integrations to extract or push data into Workday through configuration.
It's a fully consolidated system. All the transactions and configuration are co-located in one fully in-memory system, so there is no need to go to different data sources (multiple DBs) to pull data; it’s all in one place.
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Workday Cons

Paylead5646465
Payroll Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
They don't have worker payroll in the product. We have to solve our payroll. I hope one day they will be able to have their own localized standard payrolls for all countries.
In terms of reporting, we have to rely on a consultant to do the report customization. The most important thing is to be able to do your own reporting, which it can't do. We rely so much on our consultant to customize reports for us.
For time management, it does not have a calendar generator. For example, if you want to have a shift calendar for an entire year, you need to push the entire year's calendar into the system instead of being able to generate it using a time management pattern.
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Anthony Collier
Principal Integration Architect at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Analytical tools have needed improvement. Workday has just released Prism Analytics, to replace the current analytical tools, so it’s in the early stages.
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