ADP Nederland BV selects Roxen CMS
27 January 2004
ADP Nederland BV (ADP) has signed an agreement with Roxen Internet Software for the development of their Inter-, Intra and Extranet sites. Roxen partner GMT Online will accomplish the implementation of Roxen CMS.
Roxen Internet Software (Roxen), a multiple-awarded product supplier of Web Content Management products, today announced that ADP, a daughter company of the stock quoted US company Automatic Data Processing Inc., has selected Roxen CMS 3.4, the latest version of Roxen CMS. ADP will deploy Roxen's solution to create, manage and deliver their websites.
Websites include an extranet for ADPs customers. ADP needed a solution to empower non-technical users on multiple client platforms to rapidly publish information online. ADP also needed a powerful Web Content Management solution with strong multi-site capabilities. Using Roxen, ADP employees can easily contribute, organize and access content, while increasing efficiency and communication across the teams by making use of powerful metadata capabilities of Roxen CMS. A sophisticated version control system was also required, so that web content is never deleted and a site can always be re-created.
Roxen's CMS is selected because it is both a packaged solution that does not demand additional applications and is also an open development platform for extending capabilities. Roxen's out-of-the-box solution allows new sites to be completed on time and on the same time offering an open standards platform based on XML, XSLT and Java. Roxen CMS can run on any platform and make use of every browser.
ADP Nederland BV develops and provides systems and services for Payroll Services and Human Resource Management. ADP Nederland BV is the biggest company in the Netherlands that have processing of salary data and employee information as core business. ADP has more then 480 employees and 57 million in revenues. Monthly more then 900.000 employees in the Netherlands receive their payslip by ADP Nederland BV. ADP Nederland BV is a daughter company of the stock quoted US company Automatic Data Processing Inc. Worldwide ADP processes salaries over 30 million employees. ADP, with worldwide revenues over $7 billion.
Roxen develops web-based editorial and content management tools for multi-channel publishing, i.e. publishing online, in print, to tablets, smartphones and other devices. Customers include Metro International, RTL Nederlands, Shaw Newspapers as well as Princeton University, Randstad and Verizon. Roxen was established in 1994. The head office and development center is located in Linköping, Sweden. Roxen offices are also located in Stockholm, Amsterdam and Chicago.