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JGI Completes Successful Upgrade of ADP Enterprise V5 at Washington Hospital Healthcare System
Date:10/15/2009

ROCHELLE PARK, N.J., and FREMONT, Calif., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- JGI, a business and technology consulting firm headquartered in Rochelle Park, NJ, recently completed a successful ADP upgrade at Washington Hospital Healthcare System in Fremont, California. The client's premise-based ADP applications are used to manage human resources, payroll, and benefits, as well as interfacing with other critical hospital information systems.

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In successfully completing the upgrade to ADP Enterprise V5, JGI followed a proven multi-phase project methodology that led Washington Hospital from initial planning through the live rollout of the new version. The entire project took 4 months to complete, satisfying all requirements and meeting the expectations of the customer.

"As a large hospital with a significant staff size and strict compliance regulations, it is imperative for us to keep our in-house ADP HR system current and up-to-date on taxes and compliance management requirements that ensure the integrity, performance and management of our payroll, personnel, and benefits data," explained Mukesh Sanghvi, Controller of Washington Hospital. "When it came time to decide on an upgrade service provider, the choice of JGI was an easy one. They had the ADP and healthcare industry experience we required, along with a project consulting team that was able to map out a logical, effective and swift path to EV5."

"For 15 years, JGI has been delivering cost-effective ADP HR and Payroll implementation and upgrade solutions, as well as adding value to customers' ADP software investments," said George DiGrandi, CEO of JGI. "Our ADP experts know how to leverage technology, improve processes and optimally align organizations with their ADP applications environment."
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