Strategic Advisory Services

ADP’s Strategic Advisory Services group can take what you’re already doing well and help you do it better. One of our greatest strengths is how we combine human capital management (HCM) expertise with a commitment to consultative client service. Our Strategic Advisory Services experts bring knowledge and practical expertise in helping our clients execute their benefits strategies.

Health care premiums for family coverage have risen an average of 113% from 2001 to 2011.

Strategic And Holistic HCM

Many organizations can perform even more efficiently by understanding and maximizing the relationships between benefits, payroll, time and attendance, and other critical aspects of HR. That’s what HCM is all about. By using a organization-wide HCM strategy – one that integrates benefits administration with other solutions – you can respond more effectively to the challenges of Health Care Reform and make better business decisions overall.

Analytics, insights and advice to help you focus on what matters

ADP’s Strategic Advisory Services group focuses on a broad cross-section of key areas of the benefits administration strategy. Our experts help guide our clients across a wide range of benefits challenges, which can provide:

  • Perspective–Leverage data analytics and engage in better decision support and forecasting
  • Readiness–Help you understand the best practices to address Health Care Reform and other regulatory activities
  • Strategy–Provide suggested best practices for technology and operational processes to your benefits administration
  • Engagement–Help deepen your employees’ satisfaction through compelling communications and education programs

Here To Listen And Share Our Thought Leadership And Ideas

If you’re looking for ways to enhance your organization’s benefits – such as implementing a consumer-driven strategy, outsourcing administration or building a business case for exploring how to link benefits with other aspects of HCM – we’re ready to offer thought leadership.

Source: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation; Employer Health Benefits 2011 Annual Survey; September 2011