Guidehouse is your guide for public sector Workday
Guidehouse, a leading global provider of consulting, digital, and managed services to commercial and public sector clients, partnered with Oakland County, MI to implement Workday Help.
A leading Workday implementation partner, Guidehouse experts empower organizations to efficiently manage finances, attract and retain top talent, and create the workforce of the future. With a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by public sector clients, Guidehouse combines management consulting techniques and Workday’s deployment methodology to ensure a seamless system transformation.
Guidehouse led the implementation of Workday Help for Oakland County, focusing on the user experience, enhancing self-service capabilities, and providing real time insights so action may be taken.
“Guidehouse is a trusted Workday Services Partner, specializing in the strategy and implementation of Workday’s premier finance, human resource, and workforce planning platform to help clients future-proof their organizations,” said Matt Claytor, director at Guidehouse. “We are proud of the work we are doing for Oakland County in their technology modernization effort. With Workday, we are providing them with an enhanced range of solutions that will support them in achieving their strategic goals.”
Empowered with real-time data and insights through Workday’s dashboard and reporting capabilities, Oakland County can analyze and quantify where employees needed additional support. This data allows Oakland County to identify departments that would benefit from additional training, institute, and conduct open office hours for various functional areas, and send across targeted communications.
“Guidehouse’s support powered by Workday’s platform enabled us to quickly and efficiently respond to change and advance our modernization efforts,” said Kyle Jen, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Oakland County. “We can now make meaningful changes to facilitate improvements to our operations and better the user experience.”