ADP DataCloud Earns Cloud Computing Innovation Award

Ventana Research has selected ADP DataCloud, (ADP is No. 21 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) as the recipient of the Cloud Computing award in the Business Technology Innovation category of its 2016 Technology Innovation Awards.


The annual Ventana Research Technology Innovation Awards identify and honor technologies that have had or have the potential to deliver the most striking positive impact on business. Ventana Research also recognizes pioneering vendors whose advancements in technology help drive change and increase value for organizations worldwide.

The business and technology awards program is among the largest in the industry, with 30 award categories. Recipients were selected based upon each company’s contributions in a specific business and/or IT category, and the extent to which they do or will help organizations innovate or enhance the productivity and outcomes of business or IT processes.

“ADP DataCloud was selected for the Innovation Award for the overall scope of its cloud computing solution. It brings insights by applying analytics on its Big Data technology that utilizes aggregated and anonymized HR and payroll data from 30 million U.S. payroll recipients,” said Mark Smith, CEO and chief research officer of Ventana Research. “Congratulations to ADP for its Cloud Computing Award and for providing organizations with data that can reveal workforce trends and provide deeper insights to make human capital management a reality.”

“ADP is honored to be recognized for helping organizations achieve deeper insights that enable smarter decision-making,” said Stuart Sackman, ADP corporate vice president, Global Product and Technology. “Our goal is to continue to help business leaders and human resource professionals unlock the power of their organizations by leveraging ADP’s Big Data. With the actionable insights gained from our Benchmarking and Turnover Probability solutions powered by the ADP DataCloud, businesses can enhance productivity, talent development and retention.”

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