Automatic Data Processing Inc. Common Stock (NASDAQ:ADP)

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Automatic Data Processing, Inc. is one of the leading providers of cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) technology solutions - including payroll, talent management, Human Resources and benefits administration, and time and attendance management - to employers around the world. The company delivers it's global HCM strategy and make investments in highly strategic areas and technology in order to strengthen its underlying business model and prospects for continued growth. ADP has two reportable business segments: Employer Services and Professional Employer Organization Services. The Employer Services segment offers a comprehensive suite of HRO and technology-based HCM solutions. The Professional Employer Organization Services segment provides small and medium-sized businesses with employment administration outsourcing solutions....

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