ADP rolls out 'consumer grade' UX

The human capital management provider says the new user experience will become native to its entire product portfolio.

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Human capital management provider ADP has rolled out a fresh new user experience that it says will become native to its entire product portfolio. 

ADP says the consumer grade UX is representative of its vision for an intuitive and fully integrated employee and employer experience – one that drives employee engagement and frees HR staff to focus on business priorities. 

"Our design team invested thousands of hours understanding a demographically diverse population of employees to deliver a best-in-class experience consistent with how employees interact with technology in their personal lives," said Carlos Rodriguez, president and CEO of ADP, in a statement.

The UX uses a proprietary and patent-pending ADP Visual Design Language (VDL). Features include an interactive payroll experience to give employees insights into what impacts take-home pay; a retail-like shopping portal for benefit comparison; and instant access to work schedules and clock-in/clock-out functionality.

ADP expects the UX to be available to most North American users of its payroll products by the end of this year.