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Workday Rising

IN185668 - Manual Journals, Ad Hoc Bank Transactions, and Internal Service Deliveries in a Government World

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Session Description

When deploying Workday Financial Management, the City and County of Denver needed to ensure the system not only met department and agency needs, but adhered to fiscal accountability rules and generally accepted accounting principles. In this session, hear how Denver considered multiple factors in its business process decisions. Topics include manual journals, ad hoc bank transactions, and internal service delivery functionality from a government perspective. We also discuss business process options, possible custom validations, and the associated job aids, and include demonstrations.


Additional Information
Government
Finance Executive, Finance Director, Finance Professional, IT Professional
3,500 Employees or More, 500 to 3,499 Employees, Fewer Than 500 Employees
Finance
Core Financials, Financial Deployment
Introductory
Breakout Session
1 hour
Session Schedule
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