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Joe Larntz, Solutions Architect, Workday Practice

Mr. Larntz is an accomplished Workday consultant with extensive experience working with customers. Having started with Workday in 2007 as a customer himself, Mr. Larntz delivers customer centric consulting, focusing on Workday solutions that drive value and meaning to an organization. His many roles in the Workday ecosystem offer him a broad knowledge of Workday. Some of the roles he has had are, Workday integration lead, data conversion specialist, engagement manager, reporting lead, functional and technical test lead. Among his Workday certifications, he holds a master of science degree in Information Management from Arizona State University and is a certified in project management.
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Getting customers off to a strong start with new technologies is integral to their business and key to their delivery of a superior employee experience. To do this, HighPoint has developed a deployment methodology that allows for rapid ramp up and easy configuration of the Workday application. Its five stages of planning, architect, prototype and configure, test, and deploy are iterative and...

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Leaders who achieve their vison have thought through how to optimize their people, their processes and their technology.  Workday delivers a modern interface with easy to use click icons, making the application one of the highest rated applications on the market today.[1]  The enterprise software implementation, however, is not without it’s pitfalls.  Often, leaders delegate implementing their...

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Customer-specific data is not only essential to a Workday deployment, but a foundational component for all Workday functionality. Without an accurate and reliable data conversion, projects will face significant challenges. In previous blog posts, I have explained the importance of using smart reference IDs in Workday data conversions and the process to create and maintain smart reference IDs....

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Creating Smart Reference IDs during your Workday Implementation

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If you’re not already using “smart” reference IDs, you should start. Even though smart reference IDs are a Workday best practice, it’s often overlooked in Workday implementations and data conversion efforts. There’s inherent worth in determining the value of a reference ID to meet both business and technical needs. Reference IDs are one of the most important data conversion items, other than...

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