Business software maker Workday announced its recent client wins for making investments in the deployment of Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management (HCM).
Aon plc and Cushman & Wakefield are making investment in Workday Financial Management.
Bank of America has already invested in Workday HCM.
US-based Web hosting major GoDaddy recently selected Workday Financial Management and Workday HCM.
JB Hunt Transport Services Inc recently deployed Workday Financial Management.
The Ohio State University recently selected Workday Financial Management.
“We continue to see customers go live on Workday as well as more organizations move to Workday Financial Management in order to keep pace with today’s dynamic business environment and to uncover more opportunities for growth,” said Phil Wilmington, co-president, Workday.
Meanwhile, Workday said its revenues rose 48 percent to $1.16 billion in fiscal year 2016 and grew 43 percent to $323.4 million in Q4.
Subscription revenue of Workday increased 52 percent to $929.2 million in fiscal 2016 and up 44 percent to $261.8 million in Q4.
Workday anticipates revenue of $337 to $339 million in Q1 and $1.540 and $1.55 billion in fiscal 2017.