The inbox in Workday contains most items that require action to be taken. It contains a list of all transactions from the last 30 days that the user has either initiated or participated in, as well as alerts and errors. The inbox can be accessed on the homepage by the inbox icon, next to the profile icon.
Independent Contingent Worker
An independent contingent worker (ICW) not represented by a supplier, and accounted for as a 1099 supplier. Users issue purchase orders to, create receipts for, and pay ICWs just as users do suppliers.
An initiation step is the first step of a business process.
An instance refers to one unique occurrence of a business object, for example, user Executive Management organization, or John Doe, the worker.
Usually represents a legal entity, and is the primary entity for recorded business transactions and financial reports. A Workday Institute equates to a single tax ID within an enterprise. A Institute is a type of Workday organization.
Refers to a cross-functional collection of computer programs into a software which shares common data, functionality and user experience.
In an IT context, integration refers to the end result of a process that aims to stitch together different, often disparate, subsystems so that the data contained in each becomes part of a larger, more comprehensive system that, ideally, quickly and easily shares data when needed.
The point of data exchange between two stand-alone programs. Integrated softwares share one common set of master data and transactional history; interfaced softwares share a few crucial data fields, but otherwise maintain separate and independent master data.
Intersection Security Group
An intersection security group is one whose members are other security groups. Workers associated with all included security groups are granted access through an intersection security group.