Automatic Data Processing Aktie - Fundamentalanalyse - Dividendenrendite KGVAutomatic Data Processing (ISIN: US0530151036, WKN: 850347) Kursdatum: 17.11.2017 Kurs: 111,060 USD
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|Aktiensplits||2014-10-01 - 1139:1000 | 2007-04-02 - 10000:9033 | 1999-01-04 - 2:1 ||
|Letztes Bilanz Update||06.08.2017|
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ADP was founded in 1949 on an innovative idea: to help business owners focus on core business activities by relieving them of certain administrative tasks such as payroll. Automatic Data Processing, Inc. was incorporated in the State of Delaware in June 1961 and completed its initial public offering in September 1961. A pioneer in business process outsourcing, today we are one of the world’s leading providers of human capital management (“HCM”) solutions to employers, offering solutions to businesses of all sizes, whether they have simple or complex needs. We serve approximately 700,000 clients in more than 110 countries and territories. Our common stock is listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market® under the symbol “ADP.”
When we refer to “we,” “us,” “our,” “ADP,” or the “Company” in this Annual Report on Form 10-K, we mean Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and its consolidated subsidiaries.
Our corporate website, www.adp.com, provides materials for investors and information about our solutions and services. ADP’s Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, all amendments to those reports, and the Proxy Statements for our Annual Meetings of Stockholders are made available, free of charge, on our corporate website as soon as reasonably practicable after such reports have been filed with or furnished to the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and are also available on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov. The content on any website referenced in this filing is not incorporated by reference into this filing unless expressly noted otherwise.
ADP’s Mission and Strategy
ADP’s mission is to power organizations with insightful solutions that drive business success. Our commitment to service excellence is at the core of our relationship with each one of our clients, whether a small, mid-sized or large organization operating in one or multiple countries around the world. We innovate to deliver new solutions that anticipate and meet client needs in all of our markets. We help businesses focus on and optimize their most important investment – their people. From recruitment to talent management to retirement, our combination of expertise and technology offers insights that help our clients leverage HCM to drive better business results.
Our business strategy is based on the following three strategic pillars, which are designed to position ADP as the global market leader in technology-enabled HCM services:
• Grow a complete suite of cloud-based HCM solutions;
• Grow and scale our market-leading Human Resources (“HR”) Business Process Outsourcing solutions by leveraging our platforms and processes; and
• Leverage our global presence to offer clients HCM solutions where they do business.
ADP’s two reportable business segments are Employer Services and Professional Employer Organization (“PEO”) Services. For financial data by segment and by geographic area, see Note 15 to the “Consolidated Financial Statements” contained in this Annual Report on Form 10-K.
Employer Services. Our Employer Services segment offers a comprehensive range of HR Business Process Outsourcing and technology-enabled HCM solutions. These offerings include:
• Payroll Services
• Benefits Administration
• Talent Management
• HR Management
• Time and Attendance Management
• Insurance Services
• Retirement Services
• Tax and Compliance Services
Employer Services serves clients ranging from single-employee small businesses to large enterprises with tens of thousands of employees around the world.
Professional Employer Organization Services. ADP’s PEO business, called ADP TotalSource®, serves more than 10,700 clients with comprehensive employment administration outsourcing solutions through a relationship in which employees who work for a client (referred to as “worksite employees”) are co-employed by us and the client. ADP TotalSource is the largest PEO in the United States based on the number of worksite employees, serving more than 490,000 worksite employees in all 50 states, and operates as a Certified Professional Employer Organization under the Internal Revenue Code.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Employer Services’ Products and Services
Human Capital Management. In order to serve the unique needs of diverse types of businesses, ADP provides a range of solutions, via a software- and service-based delivery model, which businesses of all types and sizes can use to recruit, pay, manage, and retain employees. We serve more than 570,000 clients via ADP’s cloud-based strategic software as a service (“SaaS”) offerings. As a leader in the growing HR Business Process Outsourcing market, we offer seamless outsourcing solutions that enable our clients to outsource their HR, time and attendance, payroll, benefits administration and talent management functions to ADP, and through the ADP DataCloud we provide clients with in-depth, data-driven workforce and business insights. Through the ADP DataCloud, we provide clients with a workforce intelligence engine that enables them to make critical HR decisions that power workforce and business productivity, performance and alignment. In addition, our mobile applications enable businesses to process their payroll, and give approximately 12 million of our clients’ employees convenient access to their HR information, via multiple mobile device platforms, around the world and in more than 27 languages. ADP has also opened access to developers and system integrators to certain of our platforms’ Application Programming Interface libraries through the ADP Marketplace. With ADP Marketplace, clients can integrate employee data from ADP core services across their other business systems, providers or platforms. This access enables the exchange of client data housed in ADP's databases in order to create a unified HCM ecosystem for clients informed by a single repository of their workforce data.
Integrated HCM Solutions. Our premier suite of HCM products offers complete solutions that assist employers of all types and sizes in all stages of the employment cycle, from recruitment to retirement:
• RUN Powered by ADP® is used by more than 510,000 small businesses in the United States. It combines a software platform for managing small business payroll, HR management and tax compliance administration, with 24/7 service and support from our team of small business experts. RUN Powered by ADP also integrates with other ADP solutions, such as time and attendance management, workers’ compensation insurance premium payment plans, and certain retirement plans.
• ADP Workforce Now® is a flexible HCM solution used by more than 60,000 mid-sized businesses to manage their employees. More businesses use ADP Workforce Now than any other HCM solution designed for mid-sized businesses.
• ADP Vantage HCM® is a solution for large enterprises in the United States. It offers a comprehensive set of HCM capabilities within a single solution that unifies the five major areas of HCM: HR management, benefits administration, payroll services, time and attendance management, and talent management.
• ADP® GlobalView® HCM is a solution for multinational organizations of all sizes. As an integrated and flexible infrastructure supported by a team of experts, ADP GlobalView HCM allows companies of all sizes – from those with small and mid-sized operations to the largest multinational corporations – to standardize their HCM strategies globally (including payroll, HR, talent, time and labor, and benefits management) and adapt to changing local needs, while helping to drive overall organizational agility and engagement.
• Outside the United States, ADP offers comprehensive HCM solutions on local, country-specific platforms. These suites of services offer various combinations of payroll services, HR management, time and attendance management, talent management and benefits management, depending on the country in which the solution is provided.
Payroll Services. ADP pays approximately 26 million (approximately 1 out of every 6) workers in the United States, and approximately 13 million workers outside the United States. ADP provides flexible payroll services to employers of all sizes, including the preparation of employee paychecks, pay statements, supporting journals, summaries, and management reports. ADP provides employers with a wide range of payroll options, including entering their payroll data online with an Internet-based solution or via a mobile device, and outsourcing their entire payroll process to ADP. ADP also enables its clients to connect their major enterprise resource planning (“ERP”) applications with ADP’s payroll services. Employers can choose a variety of payroll payment options ranging from professionally printed checks to ADP’s electronic wage payment and, in the United States, payroll card solutions. On behalf of our clients in the United States, ADP prepares and files federal, state and local payroll tax returns and quarterly and annual Social Security, Medicare, and federal, state and local income tax withholding reports, and prepares and files similar reports internationally. In addition, as part of our payroll services globally, ADP supplies year-end regulatory and legislative tax statements and other forms to our clients’ employees. For those clients in the United States who choose to process payroll in-house, ADP also offers our Tax and Compliance Solutions described below.
Benefits Administration. In the United States, ADP provides flexible solutions for outsourced employee benefits administration. Employee benefits administration options in the United States include health and welfare administration, leave administration services, insurance carrier enrollment services, employee communication services, and dependent verification services. In addition, ADP benefits administration solutions offer employers an efficient cloud-based eligibility and enrollment system that provides their employees with tools, communications, and other resources they need to understand their benefits options and make informed choices.
Talent Management. ADP’s Talent Management solutions simplify and improve the talent acquisition, management, and activation process from recruitment to ongoing employee engagement and development. ADP’s talent acquisition solutions help employers recruit, screen and on-board talent quickly and cost effectively. Employers can also meet their hiring needs by outsourcing their internal recruitment function to ADP. ADP’s talent management solutions provide performance, learning, succession and compensation management tools that help employers align goals to outcomes, while enabling managers to identify and mitigate potential retention risks. ADP’s talent activation solutions include research-based tools that drive employee engagement and leadership development, which in turn help clients drive employee performance and reliably measure the impact in relation to business outcomes.
Human Resources Management. Commonly referred to as Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), ADP’s Human Resources Management Solutions provide employers with a single system of record to support the entry, validation, maintenance, and reporting of data required for effective HR management, including employee names, addresses, job types, salary grades, employment history, and educational background. ADP’s Human Resources Management Solutions can also be combined with ADP’s Talent Management Solutions and other HCM offerings.
Time and Attendance Management. ADP offers multiple options for employers of all sizes to collect employee time and attendance information, including electronic timesheets, badge cards, biometric and touch-screen time clocks, telephone/interactive voice response, and mobile smartphones and tablets. ADP’s time and attendance tracking tools simplify employee scheduling and automate the calculation and reporting of hours worked, helping employers consistently enforce leave and attendance policies, control overtime, and manage compliance with wage and hour regulations.
Insurance Services. ADP’s Insurance Services business, in conjunction with our licensed insurance agency, Automatic Data Processing Insurance Agency, Inc., facilitates access in the United States to workers’ compensation and group health insurance for small and mid-sized clients through a variety of insurance carriers. ADP’s automated Pay-by-Pay® premium payment program calculates and collects workers’ compensation premium payments each pay period simplifying this task for employers.
Retirement Services. ADP Retirement Services helps employers in the United States administer various types of retirement plans, such as 401(k) (including “safe harbor” 401(k) and Roth 401(k)), profit sharing (including new comparability), SIMPLE IRA, and executive deferred compensation plans. ADP Retirement Services offers a full service 401(k) plan program which provides recordkeeping and administrative services, combined with an investment platform offered through ADP Broker-Dealer, Inc. that gives our clients’ employees access to a wide range of non-proprietary investment options and online tools to monitor the performance of their investments. In addition, ADP Retirement Services offers investment management services to retirement plans through a subsidiary that is a registered investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as amended (the “Advisers Act”). ADP Retirement Services also offers trustee services through a third party.