Workday Ventures Advances with Investments, Leadership

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It’s been just two years since we announced the $250 million Workday Ventures fund and great progress has been made on partnering with innovative companies working on technology solutions that enable enterprises to be faster, smarter, and more nimble. 

As 2020 kicks into full gear, Workday Ventures now has 21 portfolio companies, and the team is also expanding with the addition of Betsy Bland and Erin Yang, both of whom are Workday veterans with a diverse set of experience across strategy, product management, and marketing for enterprise applications and platform technology. 

Betsy joins Workday Ventures as vice president and managing director, and Erin as vice president and chief technologist. Both will work alongside current Workday Ventures leadership: Mark Peek, executive vice president and managing director, and Sarah Ospina, vice president and portfolio experience officer, who will have an expanded role as part of the investment team. As part of her new role, Sarah will assess how new portfolio solutions interact with Workday products, and then monitor and engage with partners to make sure they’re connected to the right people inside Workday. 

Most recently, Betsy was a member of Workday’s Corporate Strategy team focused on financial and supply chain management,

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