TechnologyAccounting SoftwareTenon awards payroll IT contract

Tenon awards payroll IT contract

Albany wins IT deal with Tenon

A new payroll IT system has been purchased by Tenon.

The contract has been awarded to
Albany
Software
, for its ALBACSbureau cs service. The system allows Tenon
to increase the number of Bacs payments for the firm and its customers.

Tenon,
which is sekking approval for its
acquisition
of Bentley Jennison
, now sends out in excess of £1m of payments on
a daily basis, including 40,000 payroll submissions on behalf of clients and the
firm.

Grant Sayer, national operations and technical director of Tenon Outsourcing,
said: “It soon became clear that we needed a solution that would facilitate our
growing number of customer payments and ALBACSbureau cs provided us with a
system that specifically met all our requirements.”

The system enables greater control over Tenon’s payment operations through
reporting functions as well as streamlining its back office processes with the
introduction of multi-user and remote-access across the whole business.

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