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Becoming a Workday Select Partner

Workday Select Partner
August 21, 2018 Arduous? Yes. I remember as a kid being told by my mother that anything worthwhile requires work and effort. It's just the way it is, if you want something bad enough. It's no different as a working adult or as a company working to grow and maintain partnerships. The process to become a worthy solution partner should be difficult - it should require work and proof that updates and maintenance will be kept at the forefront of said partnership. For, that is how partnership success is achieved and kept. Dovetail spent two years learning about our partner Workday and the requirements and benefits of an alliance. We were eager to provide the research and documentation required of our dev team and partnership /alliance manager. Because, anything worthwhile requires work, right? And each year, we continue the work to further cement…

Workday’s Power of One

Workday Power of One
June 18, 2015 The Power of One As I wrote about in my previous blog post Barbie SaaS HCM technology, I recently read another blog post which reinforces true SaaS. Take Workday’s Power of One, they are at the opposite spectrum of a "Barbie SaaS," check out their recent Power of One blog post to learn more. Essentially, Workday has one version of software, one customer community, and one codeline. This is what makes our partnership with Workday so strong, the identical nature of our Dovetail SaaS HR Help Desk offering - even better when you factor in our real-time integration to Workday. You can quickly see how a joint customer can leverage two vendors working to the power of one!   request a demo

Getting Started with Workday Web Services using C#

June 13, 2014 Dovetail is proud to be Workday Certified. To learn more about this partnership and how working with a Workday Certified Partner benefits your HR practice and your organization, click here. request a demo   Connecting to Workday’s web services shouldn’t be a trivial event. At least at first one would feel this way. There are a few areas one needs to know in order to get this working correctly as well as achieving authentication on the Workday side. By now you should have been given your tenant ID from Workday, this will be needed later. To get started we need to create the web service client. Using Visual Studio there are two ways this can be done svcutil or right click the project and select Add Service Reference, I prefer to use svcutil as I felt it created a cleaner codebase than…