No Software Product is an Island: The Neocase-Workday Partnership

It Takes More Than One

When it comes to software, it often takes multiple products to form a complete solution. That's a big reason why software vendors form partnerships - to deliver a more complete solution that will more fully solve their customers' problems.

Workday Rising Innovation Exchange

Tomorrow is the start of Workday Rising at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas - Workday's annual customer conference. A major part of Workday Rising is the Innovation Exchange Expo. That's where Workday clients can learn about the products and services delivered by of over 80 Partners, through conversations and product demonstrations.

The Neocase-Workday Partnership

Nearly a half decade ago, Neocase began its partnership with Workday to enable Workday clients to gain greater HR Productivity and deliver a better Employee Experience. We do this by integrating the HR Service Delivery tools in Neocase with the Human Capital Management tools within Workday. And we continue to build more value within the integrations, as Workday continues to build more value into the partnership.

Great Partnerships Create Great Customer Stories

If you're going to Workday Rising, be sure to spend plenty of time in the "Expo." And while there, come say hello at Booth #907. We'll be happy to share some great Workday-Neocase customer stories with you! Like how Penn State University won the 2018 CUPA HR Excellence Award for Transformation, by implementing a new technology platform comprised of Workday and Neocase. And how Las Vegas' own MGM  Resorts created a brand new Employee Experience, using Workday and Neocase. Those organizations and many more, are benefiting through the Neocase - Workday partnership.  Simply put, partnerships create more value for the customer. As partnering vendors, it's our job to deliver that value.

No Software Product is an Island.  See for yourself, in Mandalay Bay.