ADP, a provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, recently announced that its ADP Mobile Solutions app has been downloaded by 300,000 Android (News - Alert) users. The app was launched in April to provide employees all the tools needed to access their HR information. Available in over 37 countries, the app is consistently listed in the Top Ten Free Business applications.
With the app, the ADP clients are enabling their employees to view items such as recent pay statements, access corporate directories and company news, manage time and attendance, and review ADP Retirement Savings information remotely. With built-in security and convenience, ADP Mobile Solutions app allows employees to connect with his company anytime, anywhere with complete confidence. Today, more than 46,000 ADP clients totaling more than 1.28 million employee users--ranging from employees at small businesses to global companies--are leveraging the ADP Mobile Solutions app across all smartphone operating systems.
"The ADP Mobile Solutions app is the easiest way for employees to access their payroll, time and benefits information at a moment's notice no matter where they are in the world," said Don Weinstein, senior vice president, product management at ADP. "Given the penetration of Android devices worldwide, it was critical for us to offer the app on this platform. The explosive growth in adoption proves this and we are constantly evaluating and adding functionality to the existing suite of features employees can take advantage of on their mobile devices."
ADP offers a range of human resource, payroll, talent management, tax and benefits administration solutions from a single source, and helps clients comply with regulatory and legislative changes, such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA). ADP's solutions for employers provide value to companies of all types and sizes. ADP is also a provider of integrated computing solutions to auto, truck, motorcycle, marine, recreational vehicle, and heavy equipment dealers throughout the world.
Edited by Ryan Sartor