Replace costly on-premise ERP systems with next-generation technology delivered in the cloud

For the last three decades, computing has moved away from the use of big centralized systems toward the use of smaller do-it-yourself personal computers, laptops, touch screens, and mobile devices. Enterprise business software delivery models have evolved as well, from on-premise deployments to off-site hosting to cloud computing leveraging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

The promise of a flexible, configurable SaaS system—one that remains up-to-date without the need for disruptive upgrades—is of real business benefit to Cornell University.

Give us an hour of your time and learn how and why Cornell is moving its on-premise Human Resources and Payroll system to the cloud.

Join us and discover the immediate benefits you'll experience with cloud applications:

  • Significantly lower administrative computing costs with a solution purpose built for the cloud
  • Human Capital Management, Financial Management, and Payroll solutions delivered on a SaaS model
  • Realignment of IT resources to better support your institution's academic and research goals
  • Web 2.0 user experience with built-in business intelligence
  • Mobile solutions that optimize the natural workspace for executives, faculty, and staff
  • Flexibility and configurability in how institutions organize, plan, and operate across the globe
  • Standards-based integrations that leverage XML and web services

Featured Speakers

Lyman Flahive

Lyman Flahive

Director, HRIS & Records Administration,
Cornell University

Mike Duffield

Mike Duffield

General Manager,
Workday Education & Government

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