Among the solutions Greenwich purchased were cloud-based services for payroll processing services, human resource management, time and labor management, benefits administration and tax filing services, Automatic Data Processing said.
“It was apparent to us that we needed a human capital management system that would reduce our exposure to risk from error while increasing our efficiency,” said Mary L. Pepe, director of human resources for Greenwich in a release. “Our immediate goals were to increase core functionality and expand our use of automation."
Employees in Greenwich have a complicated set of payroll needs, defined by contracts with nine employee unions and separate commitments to managerial supervisors. The town said it was critical to upgrade its existing infrastructure to improve efficiency and minimize errors.
ADP currently serves more than 5,000 public-sector employers including government organizations; colleges, universities and safety agencies.
“We want to let ADP do what it does best, so our employees can focus on what they do best," First Selectman Peter J. Tesei said in a statement.
The company plans to automate and consolidate Greeenwich's payroll and benefit administration processes.
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