UK - L&P Systems has won the contract to provide pension administration to Flint Ink, the UK subsidiary of the world's second largest ink producer.
The firm beat one other leading pension provider to the contract which will initially be a three year contract.
L&P Systems will use its pension administration software Pension Master which is a flexible pensions administration system designed to undertake various tasks.
Flint Ink UK human resources director Steve Grant said: “The L&P team have been very professional and have worked closely with our admin staff to ensure the implementation project was completed on time.”
L&P Systems client services manager Neil Jenkins said that Pension Master would enhance Flint Ink’s administration department and would allow it to introduce new efficiencies that were not previously possible.
Jenkins said: “Flint Ink had identified a list of requirements prior to seeing our software in action. I am pleased to say that Pension Master was able to meet their administration functionality needs at a much lower cost than in comparison to some of the other systems that they looked at.”
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