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ADP Plans Major Expansion In Orange County, Florida

07/26/2016
ADP, a comprehensive global provider of cloud-based Human Capital Management solutions that unite HR, payroll, talent, time, tax, and benefits administration, will locate new offices in Orange County, Florida. The company to create 1,600 jobs.

According to Governor Rick Scott’s Office, “the new office opening will create 500 positions within the next six months and the company will invest more than $28 million in the local community.”

Debbie Dyson, Corporate Vice President, Client Experience and Continuous Improvement at ADP, said, “Powerful technology combined with superior service is why ADP is a Human Capital Management leader. We are strategically placing jobs in the areas of client support and implementation and are happy to be doing this in the Orlando area.”

Governor Scott said, “I am proud to announce today that ADP will be expanding in Orange County and creating 1,600 new jobs for families. While this global company could have chosen to invest in any other location, they ultimately decided that Florida was the best place for their business to grow. I look forward to ADP’s continued success in our state.”

Crystal Sircy, Executive Vice President/COO of Enterprise Florida said, “This is exciting news for Florida. ADP is an industry leader and a Fortune 250 company. Their decision to bring this highly competitive project and new location to our state is a reflection of Florida’s strong workforce and pro-business climate. Projects like this will help us bring even more jobs to the state and we thank ADP for their ongoing commitment to Florida.”

Cissy Proctor, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, said, “Central Florida’s rapidly growing technology sector is an attractive asset for companies like ADP. The company’s new location will provide 1,600 new jobs for Floridians and help encourage additional investment in the community and across the state.”

“The addition of ADP to the region expands the list of industry leaders who have chosen Orlando because they have discovered what we all know – this is an incredible place for a business to thrive and prosper because of our skilled and abundant workforce," said Holly Wiedman, Executive Vice President of Orlando EDC.

Partners in the expansion include Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Orlando EDC, Orange County, the City of Maitland, CareerSource Central Florida, Duke Energy and Enterprise Florida.

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