ADP is a leading business outsourcing provider in the U.S.Of the approximately 3,400 U.S. organizations with more than 1,000 employees who choose to outsource payroll and/or HR, more than 90% rely on ADP. But our footprint goes way beyond American shores.Overall, we serve approximately 600,000 organizations in more than 125 countries, including 425,000 small-business clients and about 26,000 vehicle dealerships.ADP’s footprint is global, servicing the needs of almost 500 multinational clients in more than 40 countries. Taken together, our operations, associates and services comprise work in more than 125 countries. At ADP, people aren’t considered employees, but rather “associates” who work together to make our clients successful. Our associates are located in 40 countries.Over 80 percent of FORTUNE 500 companies and more than 90 of the FORTUNE 100 companies use at least one of ADP’s services.
Our mission is to power organizations with insightful solutions that drive business success.Our vision is to be the world’s authority on helping organizations focus on what matters.Partnering with ADP means you get solutions with the latest HR technology – so you can focus your limited time and resources on your people and your goals, not back-office administration. Wherever you do business – across the street or around the world – you can count on ADP to help you succeed.
Read the first stat…There are Roughly 7 billion people in the world Cisco predicts there will be 8 billion mobile devices such as smartphones with another 2 billion machine-to-machine connections (10 billion total)Read the second stat…Morgan Stanley predicted this a few years ago and seems to be accurate. Last quarter alone, Apple sold 62 million iOS devices15.4 million where iPads. That was more than any PC manufacturer sold of their entire PC line worldwide. HP sold 15.1 million PCs. Lenovo sold 13 million PCs. Dell sold 11.9 million PCs. Acer sold 9.8 million PCs. Read the third stat…that’s across the globe. How about in the US? Does anyone know what the US population is? It’s roughly 313 million Does anyone know how many US wireless subscribers there are? Roughly 322 million- There are more US wireless subscribers than there are people, including infants and the elderly. Many of us have multiple devices, maybe 1 for work and 1 for personal use. Also, there are many things connected to the internet, like cars (OnStar), security systems, gas / electric meters, and some day refrigerators and other appliances.- Last year, mobile data traffic was more than eight times greater than all Internet traffic in 2000So these are all very loft predictions and who knows if they are perfectly accurate….but that said, they are all directionally correct…
Mobile HR Services is about extending current features, or enhancing them to be more valuable, to different glasses, or front end devices. Think about the ability to; submit or request “real-time” performance comments while attending meetings Edit and approve Timecards or Approve or deny PTO requests while away from a work location Search Candidate profiles while attending a job fair Enroll or attend training while in the airport waiting for a delayed flight Purchase prescription drugs at the pharmacist using FSA funds and eliminate the need for submitting for reimbursements Employees are trying to do all of this today. The way your employees work today is different than in the past. Work is about getting things done….not showing up. People work around the clock and around the globe.They are accessing applications from their smartphones, tablets, and anything else with a browser. Trying to access this information from mobile devices not designed to be used is incredibly frustrating. The expectations from users today, driven a lot by the consumer, is to provide constant connectivity to the information needed to successfully complete transactions.
The ADP Mobile vision is to provide a single app for all of that. We plan to go broad across many HR domains and strategically deep for mobile relevant use cases. ADP plans to support multiple roles beyond employee to include manager & practitioners (HR manager, recruiter, benefits admin, HR executive) and expand access to more ADP platforms, clients, and device types.
Here’s a list of available features and the short-term roadmapRead the features that are available and those coming shortlyWe have a native application that’s available on the Apple iTunes AppStore. Anyone can download the application to an Apple deviceWe also have mobile web solution, which means using a URL from the default browser on the smartphone. Typing in the following URL, mobile.adp.com provide just about the same application features as the Apple native application (without the download). The mobile web solutions supports Android, Blackberry, and Apple.
The majority of the feedback we receive is generally positive. The negative feedback falls into 2 categories;This is great, but I want more functionality, fasterI don’t see all those features when I login