Swarovski, crystal jewellery retailer, has deployed Workday's cloud solutions to improve its human resource (HR) processes.
By implementing Workday Human Capital Management and Workday Recruiting, Swarovski aims to ensure transparent and standardised HR processes, as well as provide its leaders with greater visibility of data so that they can make fact-based people decisions.
The solutions are deployed in three waves over three years. They were first implemented in Swarovski's offices in Europe last August. Asia Pacific then went live on Workday in August 2017.
According to Swarovski, the third wave will see the solutions being rolled out to its offices in the Americas and Austria by mid next year. This will complete its HR transformation, which means that Workday will be available to the company's 27,000 employees who work in the retail, production and corporate departments across the world.
"We are thrilled to welcome Swarovski to the Workday family as they standardise HR globally, simplify processes and empower managers to make better decisions," said David Hope, President, Workday Asia Pacific.
"Swarovski is a leader in how it embraces technology, from developing a co-working office for tech startups, to product innovation with the creation of a crystal that acts as a solar cell, to now adopting the cloud for HCM and Recruiting," he added.
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