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Ceridian

Ceridian is a human capital management software (HCM) vendor and human resources (HR) services provider headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The company, which was founded in 1992, began as a payroll services provider. Ceridian's 2012 acquisition of Dayforce marked its expansion into the software market. Ceridian Dayforce is an integrated Software as a Service (SaaS) HCM application that contains modules for time and attendance, workforce management, core HR, payroll and benefits management

Ceridian also provides services such as payroll and benefits outsourcing, tax filing, corporate wellness programs and pre-employment screening.

Contributor(s): Emma Snider
This was last updated in November 2013
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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