Kylie Baullo appointed Managing Director, ADP Australia and New Zealand

Kylie Baullo appointed Managing Director, ADP Australia and New Zealand

Leading client experience executive Kylie Baullo has been appointed Managing Director at ADP (Automatic Data Processing) Australia and New Zealand.

In the role, Baullo will be tasked with leading ADP’s business strategy in Australia and New Zealand, working closely with the global leadership team to identify key growth opportunities.

Previously, Baullo has been VP of Client Services, Asisa Pacfic at ADP, and has been instrumental in driving client experience forward.

“ADP is committed to building a better world of work and even more so in this present climate,” said Peter Hadley, President – Asia Pacific for ADP.

 “With Kylie, who has been a tremendous resource for ADP since the day she joined, we have an accomplished leader with deep expertise in the business and a track record of driving consistent growth. We’re excited to see her leading the future strategy for the ANZ region.” 

Baullo said now is the time to reimagine the future of work.

“In ANZ, and the world over, we’re at the intersection of what workers want and what organisations need. ADP has always been about designing solutions to achieve better ways to work,” she said.

“This is an exciting time; I’m thrilled to lead and help bring to fruition ADP’s vision, and empower clients to shape the constantly changing world of work.” 

Baullo joined ADP in 1991 in a management development program, where she studied and worked in various teams across the business. She has held several leadership roles across the ANZ business and established ADP’s first GlobalView Service team.

In 2012, she moved to Barcelona to lead a team implementing the integration of GlobalView, Streamline and third-party Human Capital Management systems. Baullo later took a role as VP, Field Services, where she delivered key programs including the operationalisation of the General Data Privacy Regulations.

She is passionate about inclusion and diversity and is a member of ADP’s Advancing Women in Leadership Corporate Board.

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