Tuesday 11 August 2020

*UKHotViewsExtra* Workday challenging Oracle & SAP in large Whitehall departments

Workday logoWe have written on numerous occasions about Workday, but usually about its progress globally. Worldwide, the HR, financials and planning cloud pure-play boasts revenues of $3.6b in its last financial year (to end January 2020) – see Network effect at Workday. In the UK, our estimates put its turnover somewhere sub $500m.

Globally, and in the UK, the company has grown rapidly over the last few years. In the US, it claims one-third of the 100 largest corporates as its clients. Meanwhile, in the UK, the commercial world has also proven to be the biggest source of revenues.

Where Workday has limited presence is in the UK public sector – “public sector represents a tiny proportion of UK revenues”. That doesn’t, though, mean that the company is without a footprint. Its client base in Whitehall – and associated agencies and NDPBs - is building.

UKHotViews Premium logoIn this latest PublicSectorViews research note - Workday set to challenge Oracle & SAP in large Whitehall departments - we take a look at Workday’s existing presence in the UK public sector market, UK Government’s current attitude towards the company and its offering, and Workday’s ambitions.

TechMarketViews’ subscribers - including UKHotViews Premium subscribers - can download Workday set to challenge Oracle & SAP in large Whitehall departments now. If you are not yet a subscriber, please contact Deb Seth to find out more.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '09:40' - Tagged: publicsector   centralgovernment   erp   saas   software   backoffice