Simplified Way to Save Time on Processing Payroll

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WebApps, Inc. a.k.a. SaaS.com, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) with a major push in Workforce Management Solutions, recently shaped a partnership with PayMaster, Inc., a payroll service bureau focused on enhancing its clients' productivity and profitability. As client satisfaction and retention are more important now than ever due to the current economic downturn, when PayMaster, Inc. clients began requesting a new workforce management solution, the organization immediately began searching for a new provider, which turned out to be SaaS.com.

WebApps, Inc. a.k.a. SaaS.com (http://www.SaaS.com), a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) with a major push in Workforce Management Solutions, recently shaped a partnership with PayMaster, Inc., a payroll service bureau focused on enhancing its clients' productivity and profitability. As client satisfaction and retention are more important now than ever due to the current economic downturn, when PayMaster, Inc. clients began requesting a new workforce management solution, the organization immediately began searching for a new provider, which turned out to be SaaS.com.

Organizations can attain a return on investment with a SaaS-based workforce management solution because of the ability to cut costs and improve productivity within multiple components of business processes. Equally important, organizations can save time. Romeo Chicco, President of PayMaster, Inc. commented, "A client of ours was using a web-based workforce management solution, and submitting payroll information to us would still take them a few hours. After they implemented the SaaS.com solution, the submission process was down to a half hour or less. I reminded our client they had only been using the solution for a couple of weeks, so the speed of processing payroll could only get better."

PayMaster, Inc. acknowledged that each aspect of the solution and its functionality, including automated data capturing, play a role in the ability to cut down on time allocated to tedious tasks. In addition to eliminating paper timesheets, a set deduction for breaks, lunches or other non-productive time periods can easily be applied. The organization also mentioned that clients can quickly spotlight attendance infractions, run coverage reports, and forecast overtime.

Two days after joining in a partnership with SaaS.com, PayMaster, Inc. already brought its first client onto the system. "Through the research process, we saw that an enterprise solution from SaaS.com was much more dynamic than the publicly held organization's products we previously provided," explained Chicco. "Prior to partnering with SaaS.com, we didn't actively market any workforce management solutions on a wide scale because if we came across certain organizations, we would've had to tell them we couldn't supply the functionality they were looking for. We feel the SaaS.com solution will fill any gap we formerly had with time and attendance. Moving forward, I don't see any scenario we wouldn't be able to cover."

About PayMaster, Inc.
Incorporated in 1995, PayMaster, Inc. is a rapidly growing company focused on providing payroll processing services and solutions to its clients. Its scope of products and services enable clients to streamline human resources, payroll processing, and payroll related issues for enhanced producitivity and profitability - - http://www.paymaster.net.

About SaaS.com
Formed in 2001, SaaS.com helps companies deliver both internal and consumer-facing applications as a service that are more intuitive, easier to deploy, and offer lower total cost of ownership. Two distinct business lines include a pre-existing set of Human Resource centric applications that are offered under a private-label model and a pure multi-application, multi-tenant delivery platform that can be coupled with industry-specific business logic and proprietary data to be delivered as a complete SaaS solution - - http://www.SaaS.com.

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