Mr. Sackman is a 22 year ADP veteran. He is currently the SVP and General Manager of ADP’s GlobalView business. As the head of GlobalView, Stuart has direct P&L responsibility for ADP’s largest, most complicated, global clients. In addition to P&L responsibility, Stuart plays a leadership role in refining overall product and marketing strategy.
Prior to GlobalView Stuart spent four years as the DVP and GM of National Account’s East National Service Center (ENSC). The ENSC provides payroll and HR services to large domestic multinational employers headquartered in the northeast United States. During his tenure, Mr. Sackman improved client retention and quality every year. He also led the ENSC to region of the year in 2011, an honor awarded to the best overall operating unit in supporting large and very large companies in the United States.
Prior to running the ENSC, Mr. Sackman was the SVP of Product Strategy for ADP Employer Services at a time when ADP was expanding internationally very rapidly. In this role,
Mr. Sackman helped accelerate revenue growth across business units, extended services into high-growth adjacent markets, and set the long term product strategy.
From 2002 to 2005 Mr. Sackman served as the DVP and GM of eBusiness for ADP’s
Major Accounts division, where he was responsible for the next generation “eXpert” suite of on-line payroll, HR and benefits solutions.
Mr. Sackman 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 10 year 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-sized and national account employers in the US and in selected markets outside of the US.
Prior to ADP, Mr. Sackman spent several years as a consultant with Booz•Allen & Hamilton, where he was a member of the Systems Strategy group. He worked primarily with clients in the technology industry on a wide range issues, including market segmentation, data center consolidation, and overall cost reduction.
Mr. Sackman holds a BA in Computer Science, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and has an MBA from Columbia Business School where he majored in Marketing.
Industry Expertise (3)
Information Technology and Services
Areas of Expertise (3)
Human Capital Management (Hcm)
Time and Labor Management
Brandeis University: B.A., Computer Science
Magna cum laude
Columbia Business School: MBA, Marketing