Stuart Sackman leads ADP’s Global Product and Technology (GPT) organization, overseeing both client-facing product development and internal technology (CIO/CTO) operations. Stuart ensures that the GPT team’s work aligns with ADP’s overall technology efforts and our strategic goal of becoming the world’s leading provider of Human Capital Management solutions.
Stuart joined ADP in 1992, and during his tenure has held positions with broad-ranging responsibilities across several ADP business units.
In Stuart’s previous role as Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Multinational Corporations (MNC) Services, which includes the ADP GlobalView and ADP Streamline businesses, he had direct P&L responsibility for ADP’s largest, most complicated global clients. He also played a leadership role in developing the organization’s product and marketing strategies.
Prior to heading up MNC, Stuart was the Division Vice President and General Manager of National Account Services’ East National Service Center, which provides payroll and HR services to 700+ large employers headquartered in the northeast U.S. Prior to that, he was the Senior Vice President of Product Strategy for ADP Employer Services at a time when ADP was expanding internationally very rapidly.
He also served as the Division Vice President and General Manager of eBusiness for ADP’s Major Account Services division, where he was responsible for P&L and the next generation “eXpert” suite of on-line payroll, HR and benefits solutions.
Stuart started his ADP career in business development, where he identified the market opportunity and wrote the business case for entering the Time and Labor Management (TLM) business. During his tenure as DVP and GM of TLM he successfully acquired and integrated several businesses and expanded the product line to include solutions for small, mid-size and national account employers in the U.S. and in selected markets outside of the U.S.
Stuart holds a BA in Computer Science, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University, and an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he majored in Marketing.