The Gherkin, London - Wednesday 21st February 2018

Forward-thinking government agencies are reconsidering their technology to enable timely access to critical data and analytical insight.

Join Workday and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) for an exclusive breakfast at the Gherkin in London on Wednesday, 21 February.

Alison Jarvis, Head of Finance at HEFCE, will explain why the organisation is switching to Workday and how this single system for finance and HR provides HEFCE with real-time insight into their finances and people - anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

Steve Fuller, Solution Consultant at Workday, will also demonstrate Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management, revealing how consolidated processes can help your organisation gain efficiency and make better decisions.

Agenda

  • 08.30 Registration, refreshments and networking
  • 09.00 Welcome and introduction
    Tim Wakeford, Vice President, Product Strategy at Workday (ex CFO at Cushman & Wakefield, CIPFA qualified accountant)
  • 09.15 HEFCE digital transformation
    Alison Jarvis, Head of Finance at HEFCE
  • 09.45 Finance and HR digital transformation demonstration
    Nikki Nuwar, Senior Solution Consultant at Workday
  • 10.00 Q&A
  • 10.15 Teach-back: how to take the ideas from today back to your organisation
  • 10.30 Close

 

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Speakers

Tim Wakeford

Vice President Product Strategy at Workday

Alison Jarvis

Head of Finance at HEFCE

Nikki Nuwar

Senior Solution Consultant at Workday