Core HR Software
ADP is a very large public company with a broad range of human resource software offerings. The company that eventually became ADP was founded in 1949 as a manual payroll processing business. The company went public in 1961 and has grown to be one of the largest technology companies in the US with over 60,000 employees and annual revenue above $10 billion. Although primarily known as a payroll-processing vendor, the company provides a payroll and very broad range of HR software for all HR functions and for all company sizes.
ADP Vantage HCM is a SaaS-based platform integrating core HR, payroll, benefits administration, workforce management and talent management capabilities. The product is targeted to U.S.-based multinationals ranging in size from 1,000 to 10,000+ employees. Recent improvements have been made to analytics, mobile and user experience. ADP Vantage HCM clients can also leverage the ADP Document Cloud, as well as integration to ADP's payroll outsourcing, compliance and other services
|2014 Revenue:||$11billion + (entire company)|
|Revenue Growth 2013-14:||8%|
|Customers:||610,000 (entire company)|
|Employees:||52,000 (entire company)|
Source: (10) User reviews of ADP Vantage on TrustRadius
|Rating Attribute||ADP Vantage||# of Reviewers Contributing to Rating Average||Core HR Category Average|
|Likelihood to recommend||5.8||8||7.82|
|Likelihood to renew||6.3||3||7.19|
|ADP Vantage Pros||ADP Vantage Cons|
The combined HR, payroll and benefit and employee self-service software eliminates paper-based processes.
Product updates can interfere with current setup.
Cloud-based system removes load from IT department.
Implementation project management weak.
Reports and dashboards provide critical real-time data.
Various different product modules are not well integrated, with different browser and java plugin requirements.
User interface gets mixed reports, with some users reporting ease of use, while one reviewer feels that the UI is antiquated and the system is rigid and hard to use.