New Website for Automatic Data Processing Center

August 17, 2021


New Website for Automatic Data Processing Center

Geauga County’s IT Department Unveils New Site


CHARDON, OHIO – August 17th, 2021 – Geauga County Auditor Charles E. Walder’s initiative Geauga Connected, provided by Geauga County’s Automatic Data Processing (“ADP”) Center, has produced a new website for ADP. By law, Auditor Walder is the Administrator of Geauga County’s ADP Center, which handles the County’s innovative technology solutions. ADP’s website has been modernized for an improved user interface to better serve its constituents. Users can experience a mobile friendly site with a clean, modern look.

“ADP is here to provide advanced technological tools and support for the County, and now has a new website to showcase its services,” said Auditor Walder.

ADP’s new website furthers its mission to provide the highest level of technology in the most effective and efficient manner, and in the most realistic timeframe for the most reasonable cost. ADP plays a key role in advising Geauga County agencies and political subdivisions of new technologies, deploying equipment in a timely fashion, and coordinating procurement, system implementation, and maintenance. Visit ADP’s new site at or for more information on Geauga Connected go to or call the ADP Office at (440) 279-1345.

For more information, please contact Kate Jacob by email at [email protected] or phone (440) 279-1629.