Human Capital Management

Human Capital Management

June 24, 2013

ADP Mobile Solutions App Reach One Million User Mark

ADP, one of the world’s largest providers of human capital management solutions, announced on Tuesday that the ADP Mobile Solutions app has been downloaded and used by more than one million employees across more than 42,000 ADP clients in order to view their payroll, HR and benefits information from any convenient mobile device.

One out of every six working Americans are currently paid through an ADP management solution. Since the free ADP Mobile app was launched in the summer of 2011, new features and functions are being added on a regular basis in order to provide users with the most convenient access to their information.

"Employees across the globe are benefiting from the rich array of features of the ADP Mobile Solutions app, which include viewing pay statements, clocking in and out, viewing time off, as well as checking paycard, FSA and 401(k) balances," Don Weinstein, senior vice president of product management at ADP, said in a statement.  "In fact, the ADP Mobile Solutions app is frequently ranked in the top 10 free business apps rated on iTunes and is the top-rated global human capital management app."

According to Yahoo, the mobile worker population will represent a little over 37 percent of the world’s total workforce by 2015. With mobile technology allowing people to work from anywhere that their heart desires, and the number of franchise jobs increasing by almost 20,000 in the month of May, ADP sees this growing trend as a reason to begin molding its solutions in order to meet the needs of its customers.

With more than 60 years of experience, ADP serves approximately 600,000 clients in more than 125 countries. ADP is one of the world’s largest providers of human capital management solutions and business outsourcing; they offer HR, payroll, talent management, tax and benefits administration solutions.


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