Workday Commercial 2016 – Practice

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Workday Commercial 2016

Workday Commercial 2016

The latest TV ad for Workday shows several persons practicing a speech about their intention to change the financial management and human capital management software provider.
The 60-second video starts with a woman practicing her speech before falling asleep.
“You and I need to talk”.
“Well?”, asks her husband.
“Sorry, honey, I’m working. Shhh”.
The next scene shows other persons saying hello and/or welcoming their interlocutor and then giving the news.
“I think we need to take a break”, says one of the men.
“A forever break”, says another man.
“That’s too harsh”, says one after hearing himself.
“I’m just not growing”, says another man practicing in his dressing room.
“I need more out of this relationship”, says a woman in front of her 10-year old son.
“When I say the cloud and you say the cloud….”, says a woman in front of the mirror, in her bathroom.
“I really think we talk about two different clouds”, says a man, on his couch to his missing interlocutor.
“But I can change. No, you can’t. But I can change. No, you can’t”, practices another man, on the golf field, playing roles.
“I don’t think you can, Steve”, says the woman practicing in her bathroom.
“Come here. Ya, probably no hug”, says the man practicing in his dressing room.
“We need to be like a dolphin”, says the woman practicing in a meeting room, at the office.
“A cheetah, we need to be more like a cheetah”, says a man practicing in a parking lot, on his way to the office.
“So I’m going to see another provider”, says another woman practicing in a meeting room.
“I need to see another provider”, says another man doing down the stairs.
“I really like what you’ve done with your hair. I’m gonna start seeing another provider”, says the man who suggested to be more like a cheetah.
“I know this is hard”, says a man handing a tissue over to his missing interlocutor.
“We’re going with Workday”, says the woman practicing in a meeting room, at the office.
“We’re going with Workday”, says the man practicing on the golf field.
“We’re going with Workday”, says another man, in his office, adding “ya, this ending is good”.
“We could still be friends”, says the man with the tissue.
“Just friends who never see each other”, says the woman in the meeting room.
The narrator says “When it’s time to break up with your finance and HR system, it’s time. Workday. Built for the future”.

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