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Google Cloud expands partnership with Workday to integrate GenAI

Google Cloud has expanded its partnership with Workday Inc., a provider of human resource and finance management solutions, to bring new generative artificial intelligence capabilities to enhance how customers build and manage apps on Workday.

Workday will use Gemini models and Vertex AI to enable Gen AI capabilities within Workday Extend, helping businesses improve performance, generate insights, and expedite transaction and closing processes. Workday solutions will also be available on the Google Cloud Marketplace, the companies said.

Workday has integrated with Vertex AI to bring Gemini’s reasoning, code generation, and natural language processing capabilities to developers building apps in Workday Extend. These tools will provide developers with AI-enabled code generation, troubleshooting, and information retrieval.

For example, users can now use Google’s gen AI tools within Workday Extend to develop new purchase requisition workflows or new-hire onboarding experiences. Additionally, combining Google Cloud’s Document AI with Workday Extend allows customers to use natural language chat to query, analyse and extract information from external documents.

“With the expanded partnership, Workday users will be able to leverage sophisticated Gemini AI models to continue to accelerate innovation,” said Shane Luke, vice president of product and engineering and head of AI and ML at Workday.

Workday solutions will be available on Google Cloud Marketplace, enabling organisations to reduce procurement cycles through a quicker and simpler buying process, including consolidated Google Cloud billing.

“Google Cloud’s generative AI can help these organisations more efficiently search, analyse and retrieve information from the Workday platform, including code generation that expedites the development of new applications,” said Stephen Orban, VP of migrations, ISVs, and marketplace at Google Cloud.

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