Tidemark, a cloud-based analytics startup, said Wednesday that it will integrate its performance management and financial applications natively into Workday's software.
The news, which was delivered at the Workday Rising conference, is a nice win for Tidemark. By extending its partnership with Workday, Tidemark is the first enterprise performance management company that integrates natively with Workday's human capital management and financial software.
In a nutshell, Tidemark customers will be able to use Workday data and Worktags to build budgets, forecasts and business plans in cloud and mobile applications.
Joint customers include Platinum Hospitality and Collaborative Solutions. If this deal pans out, Tidemark will be able to draft off of Workday's deals and become the analytics layer.
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