HALO Trust enables local experts to drive collaborative budgeting and forecasting.
The HALO Trust mission is to lead the effort to protect lives and restore livelihoods for those affected by conflict. It is the world’s largest humanitarian land mine clearance organization with more than 8,700 employees across 25 countries and territories. HALO continues to play a major part in removing land mines, but also deals with the broader debris of war—small arms, improvised explosive devices, and unexploded ordnance. HALO’s work has helped millions of families return to their homes and livelihoods after times of conflict.
Before implementing Workday Adaptive Planning, local experts and program administrators charged with budgeting and forecasting relied heavily on complex spreadsheets, with the inevitable consequences of version control, broken formulas, and difficulties in both consolidating and reporting the global picture.
Workday Adaptive Planning provides globally distributed teams with an easier, faster, and standardized approach so that budgets and forecasts reflect current local circumstances and form a part of the consolidated organizational picture.