As Workday continues to transform organisations and win new clients across the globe, we’ve turned our focus to one of its fast-growing regions—Canada.
Our office in Toronto first opened its doors in January, bringing our full-service Workday offering of prime deployments, Phase X deployments, AMS, test consultancy, and Kainos Smart automated testing to the Canadian market. The new office and plans to scale operations in Canada support our already strong portfolio of Canadian clients, including Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), Desjardins, Brock University, Finning and Sun Life.
Canada ranks first among cloud computing market opportunities for US companies, according to The International Trade Administration. Additionally, Gartner believes public cloud expenditure in Canada will increase to $10billion by 2019.
Padraig Callaghan, VP of Professional Services, North America
“Increasingly Canada is becoming recognised as a global technology leader. The phenomenal growth of Workday in Canada is testament to this. By having a presence in downtown Toronto, we’ll be better able to serve our customers in the region and attract top talent, which will help us drive innovation and growth across the Workday ecosystem.”
Padraig adds, “As the only boutique, full-service Workday partner in Canada, we’re able to offer Workday customers something unique and valuable. We don’t have competing interests in terms of other areas of our business, as we focus solely on and are committed to delivering Workday-related products and services. In addition, our size means that we’re nimble and can move quickly to help our customers, especially now that we have boots on the ground in Toronto.”
At Kainos WorkSmart, we’ve been a certified Workday partner since 2011 and have a strong reputation in the Workday ecosystem for both the quality of our people and our ability to handle complex Workday projects. We like to hire in-region, and Canada is no different. We’ve already brought on some of the top Workday talent available in Toronto—with more to come.