By Louis Columbus on July 15, 2013
Comparing the latest Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) List Of Top 100 Global Software Leaders published in May of this year with current Glassdoor ratings based on employee feedback provides valuable insights into the best software companies to work for in 2013. The Glassdoor ratings of the percentage of employees who would recommend their employer to […]
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By Phil Fersht on March 11, 2013
When is comes to outsourcing, dealing with the middle-market has been somewhat akin to dealing with the mother-in-law: can be awkward to deal with, very hard to please, and always has complex demands on your patience and resources.
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By Naomi Bloom on January 2, 2013
And the winner is? [Shout-out to my colleague Lisa Rowan at IDC. Her recent guest post was the impetus for my finishing this post, which I had started right after Workday went public on 10-12-2012.] 1987: Bloom & Wallace and PeopleSoft Founded 1987 was a big year in the history of HR technology. That’s the […]
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By Naomi Bloom on August 16, 2011
It's Not Your Grandfather's ADP!
Everyone in my professional world, and most business people in general, know ADP – or at least they think they do. While ADP offers a very wide range of products/services to both employers and all types of vehicle dealers, they continue to be known most widely as “the payroll company.”
The company’s history is one […]
By Tom Foydel on April 7, 2011
We came across several news articles this week announcing the passing of Henry Taub. Mr Taub was the founder of ADP or Automatic Data Processing, one of the world’s largest information services companies. You might not have heard of Henry Taub, and likewise you might not comprehend his impact on the information services industry. He […]