UK - L&P Systems has won three new clients for its pensions administration system Pension Master.
Castle Cairn Insurance Brokers (Edinburgh), BETEC (Bucks) and The National Library of Wales have all signed up with L&P.
Client services manager Neil Jenkins said: “Castle Cairn has taken administration of its existing and future clients. BETEC and The National Library of Wales are both in-house pension departments that, like Castle Cairn, identified the great benefits in using our system.”
L&P Systems also provides Pension Master OnLine – a system extension which provides online access to a scheme’s membership and Payroll Master, a pensioner payroll facility.
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