Tampa, FL (PRWEB) September 17, 2008
Seventeen years ago, National Payment Corporation was founded with a single lofty goal -- to save employers time and money by cutting the paper out of payroll. Today, organizations are also going paperless to fulfill green business initiatives. Environmentally conscious executives know that reducing paper waste doesn't just save trees. It also reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill usage, not to mention what an eco-friendly mantra does for that all-important corporate image. From September 24-27, as Texas payroll workers convene in Corpus Christi, NATPAY representatives will be on hand to show attendees how it's done.
Many employers have been promoting direct deposit for years. Now they're ready to take the next step. NATPAY's newest paperless office solution, Doculivery, is a comprehensive system that includes not only direct deposit, online pay stubs and W-2s, but also electronic customer statements and invoices. Customers, partners, and distributors can also remit payments online using Doculivery's CLICK2PAY function. One of Doculivery's most popular features, CLICK2PAY reduces lockbox fees and collection costs, shortens payment cycles, and enhances transaction security.
Those attending this year's sun-and-surf themed Texas Payroll Conference will squeeze live demonstrations of NATPAY services in between sunset cruises and educational sessions boasting such diverse titles as "Disaster Recovery," "Avoid Identity Theft: Deter, Detect, and Defend!" and "Are We Having Fun Yet? (How to Manage through Today's Economic Climate.)"
For paperless office providers, the timing of this year's event could not be better. Americans are becoming surprisingly eco-savvy. Cloth grocery bags are suddenly de rigueur, presidential candidates are hawking their solutions to the energy crisis, and hybrid automobiles have replaced the SUV as the hippest ride. Green is good, and corporations have taken notice.
The staff at NATPAY credits the boom in business to a more familiar corporate motivation. Less paper also means less money spent on printers, ink cartridges, envelopes, stamps, and personnel. "Saving money has always been popular, even when 'going green' wasn't. In this economy, we're hearing from companies whose primary motivation is cost savings. The fact that greener office solutions will enhance their corporate image is simply a bonus," explains Steven Pereira, NATPAY's Executive Vice President and General Manager.
To request a free demonstration of any of the services listed above, please call 1-800-927-6120 or visit the firm's website at http://www.nationalpayment.com.
About National Payment Corporation:
As one of the nation's largest independent paperless payroll providers, NATPAY processes over $5 billion dollars of customer funds annually and maintains a record of 100% accuracy. NATPAY prides itself on the fact that it has never lost a cent of its customers' funds.
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