Understanding your payroll impact: The business case for change

Download the slides from this webinar here. 

Discover how your business could reduce payroll operating costs through ADP’s Total Economic Impact Calculator.

Running payroll has become increasingly complicated for large organisations, especially companies with a multinational presence, or businesses that are planning to expand overseas.  

So how can you be confident your payroll technology and processes are fit for the future?  Do you fully understand organisational costs of payroll errors?

Many organisations are currently adapting to challenging circumstances.  ADP has found businesses are now prioritising investments in technology and processes, in order to reduce future risk and cost across global payroll operations. 

To better understand the true benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, ADP sought an impartial view. We commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study in order to identify the cost, benefit, flexibility, and risk factors that affect a decision to invest in ADP Global Payroll.

Our latest webinar will provide an overview to the results of their independent findings and discover how their methodology revealed that 134% ROI can be achieved through:

  • Compliance cost avoidance
  • Payroll process efficiency gain
  • Improved employee retention
  • Direct cost avoidance (legacy solution)
  • Payroll reporting efficiencies 

During this webinar you’ll get an overview around how Forrester conducted their research followed by a demonstration of our FREE Total Economic Calculator, which you can use to evaluate the potential financial impact ADP Global Payroll can have on your organisation. 


Meet the presenter  

Lorna Wake, CFO UK & Ireland, ADP UK & Ireland

Lorna Wake gained a First Class degree in BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Computer Science and went straight into a trainee management accountant position with a large Blue Chip technology manufacturer based in the North East before relocating to Central London to qualify as a Chartered Accountant in 2004.  She then moved to the listed Private Equity Company, 3i Plc, before moving on to a Private Equity backed technology group as the Group Financial Controller and progressed to the Group Finance Director.  In March 2016, Lorna joined ADP as CFO UK & Ireland.  In her role, Lorna partners with the UK & Ireland Executive team to enable the business to meet its operational and strategic objectives by providing financial and commercial insight.  She is responsible for leading the UK & Ireland finance function, looking after revenues of more than $150m.  Lorna is also a member of ADP’s International finance leadership team.  She was nominated for the financial professional of the year at the Thames Valley Venus Awards in 2018.