H1 2012 HRO: Who Did What in the Large Market?
There was a good amount of announced HRO contract awards of many sizes and services in the first half of 2012, especially in the large market. A nice volume of new work coming online will provide future revenue support for HRO service providers, where earnings have recently been lower than in 2011.
Learning: finally announced some major deals including:
- Capita Workplace Services: awarded a competitive win for a £250m contract by the Cabinet Office to manage civil service training services in the U.K.
- Serco: won awards with the Army in both the U.K. and the U.S.; it won a scope extension valued at $38m by the U.S. Army and a £55m training contract by the British Army
- Genpact: won a learning services contract by Johnson Controls, extending its record of recent learning wins; last year, it won a 7 year MPHRO contract with Nissan that included learning and it also won a 5 year content development contract by JobSkills in India.
MPHRO: activity was spread around nicely with ADP, Aon Hewitt, NorthgateArinso, and Logica all bringing in MPHRO contracts. One notable deal was IBM’s multi-tower BPO and IT deal with Cemex valued at $1bn; it includes finance and accounting BPO, HR BPO, IT infrastructure management, application development, and maintenance.
RPO: continued to see a high volume of new contracts spread across many vendors. There were also two of the largest awards ever in RPO:
- ManpowerGroup: awarded a $400m five year contract extension with the Australian Defense Force, continuing a relationship that started in 2003
- Capita: won a £440m 10 year recruiting partnership contract by the British Army; it will also deliver supporting technology for the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force, partnering with advertising agency JWT for recruitment marketing and with Kenexa for assessment and recruitment technology.
Benefits administration: contract awards were announced by Aon Hewitt, Empyrean, HP, and Xafinity Paymaster. Fidelity Investments reported the highest volume with DC contracts adding 522k new participants to its base of over 15m participants served. It also made major renewals and brought in new competitive wins. This is Fidelity’s strongest first half sales period in the last five years.
Payroll: deals in the U.K. led the way with awards going to Ceridian, Equiniti ICS, Liberata, and Mouchel. ADP won a multi-country contract from HP and will implement its GlobalView for payroll and Enterprise eTIME system for time and labor management for ~130,000 employees across 40 countries in Asia Pacific (excluding India), Europe, and the Americas (excluding U.S.) over the next five years.
With pipelines still healthy, the second half of 2012 should bring in a year of solid HRO growth and results. Congratulations to all!
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