As it continues its expansion globally, Workday opened its brand new Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) headquarters in Guoco Tower in Singapore to provide direct support to Southeast and North Asian companies. The new office will be led by David Hope, President for Workday APJ, who was appointed last month in January 2017.
With more than 1,350 customers around the world, and with many operating across APJ including Nissan Motor, Hitachi, MGM China Holdings, Scoot, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), Workday enjoys great success in the region and the opening of the new headquarters represents another step forward in the company’s development and growth.
Workday has offices across APJ including: Tokyo, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland. The company has approximately 200 employees based in APJ and is actively hiring.
Workday was ranked a leader in the “2016 Magic Quadrant for Cloud HCM Suites for Midmarket and Large Enterprises,” a recent report published by independent research firm, Gartner. In its first-ever report evaluating the top cloud HCM technology providers, Gartner has put Workday as highest in the Leaders’ quadrant for its ability to execute and furthest for its completeness of vision.
The company was founded in 2005 with a mission to bring customer focus back to enterprise software. Since commissioning its annual customer satisfaction survey, Workday has maintained a customer satisfaction rating over 95 percent, and achieved a 97 percent customer satisfaction rating this year – illustrating the company’s ongoing commitment to customer success as it expands globally.
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