The new agreement includes sales referrals, solution integration and inclusion of the REFFIND application on the ADP Marketplace.
The NASDAQ-listed ADP has more than 630,000 clients and 35 million end-users spanning more than 100 countries. ADP Marketplace is a cloud-based app store designed to help employers dynamically manage an ecosystem of enterprise applications from ADP and world-class partners.
The app enables companies of all sizes to extend the value of their workforce solutions seamlessly across their entire organisations via a secure, single sign-on process.
Pride said the alliance with ADP extends REFF,KiND’s reach among mid-sized organisations around the world and creates an opportunity for the company to accelerate growth into the US market.
REFFIND is currently undertaking the ADP security compliance review and Pride says integration of the two platforms will commence in February.
The new relationship with ADP comes as REFFIND accelerates its expansion into the US, with Pride saying he will spend the coming month in the country overseeing recruitment and rollout of business operations for the region.
According to Pride, US Census Bureau data shows 18,219 businesses with more than 500 employees, “highlighting the outstanding opportunity for REFFIND’s technology”.
New Jersey-based ADP was founded in 1949 and has grown from a manual payroll processing business to be a human resources solutions giant with revenues in excess of US$10 billion.