Connector Workday

Workday is a centralized, cloud-based solution for HR, finance, and planning. Workday’s solution leverages machine learning and a cohesive architecture to provide one experience, one source of data, one security model, and one community. Since 2005, Workday has developed and delivered software designed to meet accelerating digitalization and increasing business demands.

Workday offers a mobile app to facilitate managerial HR tasks and employee self-service.

Through a connection with HelloID, the HR information in Workday provides your organization with the perfect foundation of data to fully automate identity management. HelloID provides an attribute mapper to sync with Workday. The attribute mapper’s configuration links identity data from the fields and variables in Workday to HelloID.

Onboarding, Provisioning, & Ongoing Management

HR remains responsible for adding and updating information in Workday. HelloID detects changes in the HR system via the connector. Detected changes trigger processes that update users and their access to connected IT resources according to your configurations. Processes are automatic, consistent, and logged—reclaiming significant IT staff bandwidth.

For new users entered into Workday, HelloID automatically provisions accounts, group memberships, and permissions. HelloID processes changes made to existing users in the HR system to ensure everything remains up-to-date. When an employee departs, HR changes their status in Workday, and HelloID automatically executes all configured offboarding processes.

By leveraging Workday’s data for every employee, automated attribute-based access control has never been as quick or easy.

Service Automation for User Self-Service

Outside of standard provisioning configurations, users may access HelloID’s Service Automation module to request access to additional resources from their dashboard. If approved by the associated “Product Owner,” HelloID processes all changes and provisioning needs.

With HelloID connected to Workday, “Product Owners” may be assigned based on their attributes synced from the HR System. Examples of these attributes would be position or contract data that specifies whether the user is a department head, manager, or team leader.