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Let's Talk Payroll ... Payroll

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Payroll gets no respect, unfortunately, except when it breaks. Now the two largest companies providing it as an outsourced service -- ADP and Ceridian -- are undertaking similar radical restructurings of all their HR products and how they sell them. While facing beefed-up competition, as always.


By Bill Kutik

 

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Ceridian is farther along, so is publicly talking about "InView," its new offering, which already has 230 clients signed.

Still a work in progress, its major component is workforce management -- including time & attendance, scheduling and workforce optimization -- from partner dayforce. That's the latest start-up from serial entrepreneur David Ossip, who previously co-founded the acclaimed Workbrain, which does much the same thing, now owned by Infor.
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FULL ARTICLE     - NOTE - THIS IS A GOOD READ!

 

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