Many professional services firms struggle with reporting and data tracking in their legacy systems. To meet this challenge, businesses typically implement a myriad of systems to meet very specific needs for a point in time. This results in different processes for resource management, accounting, human resources, performance, expenses, recruiting, and invoice approval management.
CrossCountry Consulting, a Workday customer and partner, was one of the many firms dealing with the repercussions of a complex and inflexible web of systems. In part because they had helped many companies deploy Workday, it became clear that they themselves could benefit from the unifying power of Workday to address their various issues. Below is a summary of what their executive leadership team conveyed to us that drove their decision to use Workday for the full-suite of human capital management (HCM) and financial management needs.
Streamlining Financial Reporting Needs
CFOs know all too well that financial reporting is a rigorous and demanding process. As is the case with many fast-growing companies, there is a huge demand to examine their procedures and implement broad changes. CrossCountry’s chief financial officer, Amy Seibel, is simplifying the organization’s internal and external financial reporting needs with Workday Financial Management.
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