The companies have launched the joint offering “Spark&Grow”, designed to help emerging and medium-sized enterprises deploy Workday quickly.
Key benefits of the new offering include simplicity, speed and support. Kainos will deploy Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) and Workday Financial Management in a streamlined process, within four weeks, while offering guidance and support from experts, all throughout the deployment journey.
Spark&Grow is a monthly subscription offer that promises customers more predictability and flexibility. The offer also complements the existing implementation options of Workday Launch and Workday Launch Express.
With Spark&Grow, customers can expect to receive continued support after they go live through user adoption, training and ongoing optimization. Managed services will support customers throughout their transformation journey whenever they need it and as a result, customers will be able to save time and see savings in team planning.
Angelique de Vries-Schipperijn, president, EMEA at Workday, said: “We are thrilled to join forces with Kainos to introduce an innovative offering that helps growing businesses leverage Workday’s powerful capabilities.
“This collaboration signifies our shared commitment to empower emerging and medium-sized businesses to embrace digital transformation with cutting-edge technology.”
Rainer Maier, executive vice president, EMEA at Kainos, said: “With the new offering, we’re breaking barriers and bringing the Enterprise Management Cloud to emerging and medium enterprises.
“This offering is about making exceptional technology accessible and feasible, allowing them to benefit from Workday’s capabilities with fewer cost constraints. We foresee immense value for our customers throughout their growth journey.”
This announcement follows the company’s recent Q3 2024 success, seeing revenue growth as companies skill up. Results for Q3 24 saw Workday demonstrate a 16.7 percent growth in total revenues compared to the third quarter fiscal 2023. Total revenues for the company in Q3 24 reached $1.87bn.