ROSELAND, N.J., May 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ADP ®, a leading global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions, today announced that Forest City Enterprises, a national real estate property management and development company with hundreds of premier properties across the United States, has implemented an integrated HCM solution based on ADP Vantage HCM ®. Forest City, whose portfolio includes The New York Times®building in Manhattan, NY, and the Metro Tech ® Center in Brooklyn, NY, selected ADP to provide a modern, integrated HCM solution for its 3,000 employees. ADP Vantage HCM provides multinational enterprises a scalable and integrated HR system with expertise and comprehensive unified services, innovative and intuitive employee and manager experiences, and valuable insights companies like Forest City use to help them succeed. "One of our biggest needs was for an integrated HR platform that is scalable and will provide improved functionality, enhanced workflows and reporting," said Kathleen Mangus, Director of HR Operations and Systems for Forest City. "We wanted a foundational base with integrated benefits administration, and ADP offered that with ADP Vantage HCM." "We're pleased that Forest City Enterprises has chosen to continue and expand their long-term relationship with ADP for HR, payroll, talent management and benefits administration software and service," said Mark Benjamin, President of Global Enterprise Solutions at ADP. "Our ability to deliver best-in-class HCM solutions and client service will help to enable Forest City to continue its successful growth as one of the leading real-estate companies in the United States." Forest City currently operates in 28 states with key offices in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C. Over the past two decades, the company has completed some of its most well-known projects, including the world-renowned Stapleton community in Denver, CO; University Park® at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA; Barclays Center ® in Brooklyn, NY, and Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, among others. In the past, Mangus said the HR team had heard about challenges associates and managers faced when using different applications. As a result, HR determined that there was a greater need for an integrated system to smooth the processes people use every day.