The entrance of Target's new store in New York's Herald Square.

Workday, a finance and human resources solutions provider, said today that Target Corp. will implement its Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud application to streamline human resources operational processes and enhance employee and consumer experiences. The Workday Human Capital Management platform will be used alongside the Workday Learning, Workday Payroll and Workday Recruiting solutions.

With the solution, Target aims to elevate employee experiences by streamlining data and insight analyses, personalize employee learning, training and development and enable team members to perform human resources tasks via mobile. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Target will enhance team experiences with its new Workday solution.  Ricky Rhodes

Steve Brophy, the vice president of human resources at Target, said, “Target’s team has always been our greatest asset and core to our legacy of exceptional guest service.” He added, “We believe Workday will help us harness the power of our team to further elevate Target’s guest experience.”

Chano Fernandez, the executive vice president of global field operations for Workday, said, “Fortune 100 organizations like Target continue to choose Workday to provide a first-class HR experience for their employees.” Fernandez explained, “With Workday, Target will have the technology innovation and workforce insights needed to continually engage their people and support future hiring and growth goals.”

Workday boasts a 97 percent customer satisfaction rating among its clients, which include educational institutions, government agencies, medium-size businesses and various Fortune 50 enterprises. Most recently, Workday announced that Amazon and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. have also implemented its solutions.

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