Anyone have any details on the three top NextGen products? Are they on track? Are there issues? Are they using the SMEs from the legacy systems too help?
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Regarding post ID: @rdec+14KDq8VQ is pi the same as Next Gen (just a different moniker)?
Do you have any more specific information on it? Are they going to shelve it and all the teams involved with it?
Stuart S—man is peddling manure. The 'Pi' project has been a complete failure by anyone's account. He and his croanies can keep lying but it doesn't make it work! The bottom line is ADP is in big trouble with the Nextgen products but keep telling the street that the shiny object isn't worthless.
I am definitely speaking in jest. If I wasn't, then I could not be considered sane. It seems like a lot of my former upper managers thought this way though.
You’re either speaking in jest or just plain ignorant. I suspect the former.
The knowledge base is gone? Who cares? But look at how much money was saved in labor costs by hiring cheap and inexperienced workers. Now that's something! Knowledge base, schmoledge base, those "knowledge base" employees were earning too much and are now gone! The hll with them! As for the clients? They'll learn to live with the new normal! The clients are leaving in disgust because the new workers can't service them properly? What a laugh! Let 'em leave! We don't the fck need 'em! It is a priviledge to be with ADP. If you don't like it, then get lost!
I figured as much, heard it was ‘Pi’ in the sky, nice try Stuart!
Yeah, and I flap my arms and am suppose to fly! Doh!
Anyone know what’s going on with, I think its called ‘Pi’? Suppose to take over the mainframe.
Nextgen Payroll for example has only had those couple dozen clients in over a four plus year period. Pretty unimpressive in all truthfulness. Nextgen HCM only new logos. That says it all. Years and years go by and not any ability to convert any clients because the knowledge base is gone. We are in trouble as a company.
In response to Post ID: @9wlo+14KDq8VQ the three products are Next Gen Payroll; Next Gen Taxes; Next Gen HCM. Carlos and team talked about them at innovation day - taxes has the most clients on it (converted) at over 100K, Payroll had a handful (few dozen) and HCM (aka Lifion) had 10 clients. Lifion had to be new logo sales only, no conversions. I don't know what the status is for these products though.
The products are: Lies, deceit, and cover-up!
What are the three products you spoke of?
Nothing but lipstick on a pig! LOL!
It's the same old ADP pretend game. Put a new interface on a product and call it new and improved Enterprise > PayForce > HR Anytime > Vantage and so on and so on and so on.
Smoke and mirrors, speaking for one off the next gen products.
What are these three products?
Also, are these products going to give us the edge over the competition or just catch up to what some other providers are doing now?