Workday wants to make every day better for HR and finance professionals. The computer software company makes cloud-based enterprise applications to manage financial and human capital resources. Its products are designed to replace legacy, on-site, enterprise systems with a more collaborative, mobile, and intuitive interface and a frequently updated product that includes regulatory changes. Major customers, including Aviva, Flextronics, Lenovo, and Kimberly-Clark, use Workday's partner "ecosystem" to manage people, payroll, time tracking, finances, procurement, and employee expenses in a layout that mimics a typical Internet site. Formed in 2005 as North Tahoe Power Tools, the company filed to go public in 2012.