Thursday, 27 September 2018 06:23

Infor/ADP partnership goes global


Business software vendor Infor has expanded its partnership with HCM and payroll provider ADP.

The arrangement will make it easier for Infor HCM customers to use ADP's payroll services.

"Our expanded partnership with Infor brings together market leaders with the goal of delivering a seamless global payroll experience," said ADP president of international employer services Don McGuire at the company's annual conference in Hobart.

"Now, our joint multinational customers can better manage the complexity of global payroll with ease and focus their attention on achieving their business objectives."

"As business regulations and environments become more complex, and organisations look to grow and expand in new regions, quick access to trusted partners and modern solutions to navigate HR challenges are critical to success,” said Infor chief operating officer Pam Murphy.

"Infor works with industry leaders, like ADP, to help ensure our customers can solve varied business challenges with leading solutions for the modern enterprise."

Infor's Pacific region sales director Liam Ryan told iTWire that Infor and ADP have a number of customers in common in Australia, so the integration has already been done. The announcement globally formalises the arrangements between the two companies, and the partners are looking to leverage their relationship.

The writer attended Inforum 2018 as a guest of the company.

Image: Alpha Stock Images [CC BY-SA 3.0].

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