July 16, 2020
Application programming interface (API) technology, long used in other industries, has finally entered the benefits space — and it's revolutionizing the daily lives of plan administrators. In this webinar, technology and benefits leaders from IBM, Unum and Workday discuss the first suite of API-enabled connections built between a benefits provider and the world’s largest HCM systems, and how it has helped Workday® users save time, reduce administrative headaches and work more efficiently.
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Solution Architect, IBM Global Business Services
Todd McCracken works for IBM’s Cognitive Process Services Integration Practice, performing complex data integration services for global clients. Before joining IBM 10 years ago, Todd collaborated extensively with HR leaders on large-scale projects for Fortune 50 clients.
VP, HCM Product Strategy, Workday
Neil Jensen is Vice President, HCM Product Strategy at Workday. He serves as a thought leader and strategist in the areas of Human Resources, the Future of Work and the impacts of technology in the enterprise. Neil is leading Workday’s efforts to provide solutions that best enable the workforce of the future.
AVP, HR Connect Solutions, Unum
Rich Lappin is the AVP of HR Connect Solutions at Unum. Rich has spent 24 years in the insurance industry in a variety of roles including benefits, reporting and analytics, account management and implementation. He’s currently leading Unum’s efforts to improve the employer and employee experience for customers using the Workday systems.