Automatic Data Processing Opens New Solution Center

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Automatic Data Processing Opens New Solution Center


MANILA, Philippines - Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP), a leading provider of HR, payroll, and benefits administration services, has announced the opening of its new Solutions Center in Manila.The new Solutions Center will provide a broad range of support services for multiple segments of ADP's global business - enabling extended service coverage and faster service delivery capabilities to its clients around the world."In keeping with our international expansion strategy and focus on our global service delivery capability, I am delighted to announce the opening of our Solutions Center in the Philippines," said Gary Butler, President and CEO of ADP. "In the Philippines, ADP has found an abundance of highly qualified talent that will provide world class service to our clients, and we expect these associates to enjoy successful, long-term careers with our company."The inauguration of ADP's new 450-seat facility took place at RCBC Plaza, Makati City on December 3, 2010 and included a ceremonial unveiling and facilities tour. It was attended by several top ADP executives, including CEO Gary Butler, as well as Major Jejomar Erwin S. Binay, Jr. of Makati City and Assistant Secretary Felicitas Agoncillo Reyes representing the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry. Also present were representatives from the Business Processing Association of the Philippines and more than 100 newly-hired ADP associates based in Manila."We have received tremendous support from the Philippine government, as well as from a number of industry participants and companies that have already set up their centers in Manila. …

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