HR Administration

ADP Announces Deal to Acquire Workscape

By Staff Report

Jul. 1, 2010

Automatic Data Processing Inc. announced it struck a deal to acquire Workscape Inc., a privately held firm that provides Web-based benefits administration and human resource management software.

Terms of the transaction were not announced. The deal is expected to close in the third quarter.


Marlborough, Massachusetts-based Workscape serves more than 3.5 million users in more than 180 companies, according to ADP.


ADP provides payroll services as well as professional-employer-organization and other services. 


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