Business View Magazine | May/June 2022

81 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE VOLUME 9, ISSUE 5 the market in analytics, we kept on coming back to Workday. So that really convinced us that engaging with Workday again would be a great way of meeting our interests in analytics.” “Since 2016, we’ve grown very rapidly,” Hardy adds. “We’ve gone from two people in 2016 to around 250 today. And a lot of this growth is a testament to the kind of company we have and the culture we’ve created. Of our staff today, about 42% were hired directly from college campuses. So Invisors is a very young company, which brings a lot of new ideas and energy.” In taking on new staff at such an early stage of their career, Invisors is able to nurture new talent, training individuals to be the types of consultants that match the company’s values. “We’re very focused on the success of our customers and helping them be successful in ways that go beyond simply getting a project done as quickly and cost-effectively as possible,” Hardy notes. “At the end of a project, we want our customers to feel like they’ve truly transformed their business and can move forward even after we’re done. And our employees are a major part of that.” It’s worth pointing out, however, that many of the client relationships that Invisors develops are long-term ones. A significant portion of the business involves supporting both those companies where Invisors has deployed Workday, as well as other organizations that have been live for years and work with Invisors for the ongoing support of their platform. So the company relationships don’t just end suddenly once a project is complete. “Workday is a complex piece of software and our job is really about conveying to the customers how they can use it on a daily basis,” Hardy explains. “Workday is a robust suite of tools that continues to grow. There are usually two fully functional releases every year. We help clients with support and figuring out how to best utilize any new functionality to help them continue to grow as an organization.” The clients that Invisors supports increasingly come from a broad spectrum of industry sectors. While previously most customers would generally reside in the financial services, technology, or media industries, more recently many companies in the retail, hospitality, INV I SORS Owner and Cofounder Keith Diego Owner and Cofounder Will Hardy