Workday has been a disruptive force in challenging traditional ERP solutions. Workday provides organizations with a new set of tools, not offered as part of other solutions, that allow for rapid scalability. As a result, Workday has been seen as a key player in driving to the “new” ERP.
The “New” ERP has enabled organizations that once felt ERP’s were “too corporate” to consolidate and automate their processes within a single system. Key drivers have been Workday’s user-friendly interfaces, integrations with new messaging technologies, and the ability to enable a user experience that fit today’s workstyles.
However, even with the new Workday functionality, Segregation of Duties (SoD) risk remains a key risk within the environment. Mitigating this risk is critical for organizations looking to maximize their Workday ROI, without jeopardizing compliance.
In this 60-minute webinar, leading SoD experts from Focal Point and SafePaaS will help you navigate through the complexities of Workday compliance. Viewers will get a firsthand look at:
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Meet the Presenters
Hennie Vermeulen is a Senior Director at SafePaas, is an accomplished technology industry leader with over 25 years of experience providing Technology direction, pioneering and managing complex solution designs including cloud-based offerings. Having started out in technology and spending the past 12 years in the Governance, Risk and Compliance space he has an ability to leverage technology in unique ways. Majority of his career has been spent working for consulting firms, including Big 4; spanning business sectors for Financial, Retail, Telecommunications, Utilities, Healthcare industries. Hennie resides in Tampa Bay Area and is originally from South Africa. He is fluent in spoken and written English and Afrikaans.
Daniel Miller is a Senior Manager in Focal Point's Advisory Services practice. He has over 13 years of experience with SAP security solutions, leading multiple implementation projects from design and project planning to implementation and testing. Daniel has led teams globally for international clients, managing the workloads and resources of several projects concurrently, ensuring support for all SAP and GRC security-related issues. He has an extensive knowledge of SAP system development, implementation, and quality analysis. Daniel has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Washington State University.