ADP Soars into the Top 50 on IDG Computerworld’s “100 Best Places to Work in IT” Rankings for 2012…from ADP


Company Ranks #47, Up Six Positions from 2011 and 22 Positions from 2010


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ADP ®, a leading provider of human resource outsourcingpayroll servicesbenefits administration and integrated computing solutions for vehicle dealers, recently announced that the company has been ranked in the Top 50 on IDG’s Computerworld 2012 list of the 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology (IT). ADP is ranked #47 on the list, up six positions from 2011 and 22 positions from 2010.

Each year, Computerworld recognizes the top 100 companies that provide dynamic, challenging business environments, enable their IT staff to develop and grow professionally and offer competitive benefits and compensation. The 2012 listing has been released in conjunction with the results from Computerworld’s 19th annual Best Places to Work in IT survey.  The top 100 companies and survey findings appear in the June 18, 2012 print edition of Computerworld, as well as online here.

“Having ADP recognized by Computerworld as one of the top 50 places to work in IT, and seeing our overall ranking climb for the second consecutive year is extremely gratifying,” said Mike Capone, Chief Information Officer at ADP.  “This prestigious recognition of our IT leadership reflects the innovative services our associates deliver everyday in support of our clients’ human capital management strategies and the outstanding professional opportunities we offer to our valued IT associates around the world.”

ADP’s global IT department included more than 1400 team members and is renowned for delivering exceptional value and service to clients large and small. IT associates at ADP are able to take advantage of a variety of corporate offerings, including telecommuting, virtual collaboration and social networking technologies across a diverse and geographically-dispersed work environment.

ADP’s IT associates also help drive the company’s strategic initiatives, and support a culture where dedication and close collaboration directly impacts the success of the business. ADP offers its associates professional and educational opportunities to grow their careers, as well as reward programs that allow for peer and manager recognition. The company has a variety of exciting opportunities for talented Information Technology professionals. For more information,

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