Financial Technology

Financial Technology

June 30, 2011

Time Warner Deploys Workday HR and Payroll Solution

Time Warner (News - Alert) Inc, a global player in media and entertainment with businesses in television networks, filmed entertainment and publishing, has selected Workday Human Capital Management and Payroll to organize its employee data and Payroll information.

Workday, a major player in enterprise-class SaaS (News - Alert)-based human resources, financial, and payroll solutions, is excited and honored to partner with Time Warner as it moves its HR employee data and payroll information to the Cloud.

The multi-tenant SaaS HCM solution of Workday will offer Time Warner with a single system to organize its employee data and payroll information.

The easy-to-configure Workday Payroll will help Time Warner to meet typical payroll requirements and address the unique requirements of its divisions.

In addition to SaaS-based solutions, Time Warner selected Workday for its user interface, Workday Integration Cloud, and Workday's solution for the iPad.

Workday includes capabilities for self-service, integration, and mobile in customers' regular subscription cost at no additional fee.

The move for Time Warner to a single consolidated HR and Payroll solution across companies is a major initiative for the organization.

The level of innovation and flexibility provided to Time Warner by Workday will help the company to successfully support its individual and collective needs well into the future.

In a press release, Dave Duffield, Workday co-CEO and Chief Customer Advocate, said: "We couldn't be more pleased that this global leader in media and entertainment has selected Workday for our innovative SaaS-based solutions. We look forward to celebrating Time Warner's success as they deploy the Workday HR and Payroll solution."

In related news, to reduce cost and complexity typically associated with application integration, Workday, Inc. has announced that it has opened the Workday Integration Cloud Platform to customers and partners.

Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

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