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i-Admin Signs One New Hong Kong Client for SaaS Payroll & eHR Services

Swiss Post Solution Ltd has signed with i-Admin for payroll services and eHR suite services for payroll, leave, claims and timesheet management.

Oct 23 2013, 10:46pm CDT | by PR.com

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., October 23, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Swiss Post Solution Ltd has signed with i-Admin for payroll services, ePayroll, an online payroll software service for in-house payroll processing. In addition, Swiss Post Solution has also subscribed to i-Admin's eHR suite services, which encompasses eLeave, eClaim & eTimesheet modules.

Software as a Service applications are becoming increasingly popular among small medium enterprises. ePayroll reduce the time and cost of payroll processing, with its quick and easy to use payroll software to allow Swiss Post Solution to process payroll at anytime. i-Admin's ePayroll software is tailored to small business clients throughout Asia region who have less than 50 employees in a single entity. This solution is currently only available to customers in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, and Thailand.

eHR suite offers unified sets for HR functions, including leave administration, claims administration and timesheet administration. A cloud-based solution, the system is accessible 24/7 on devices with internet connectivity, giving it a global reach for Swiss Post Solution.

i-Admin has been serving its clients for over thirteen years in the Asia-Pacific region, combining process excellence and strengths in technology to enable a simple and efficient monthly payroll process to each of its clients.

About i-Admin

i-Admin is Asia's premier HR Business Process Outsourcing (HR BPO) company. Founded in 1999, i-Admin is now established in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, India and Korea. i-Admin harness dedicated people, leverage advanced technology and execute superior processes to deliver payroll and HR outsourcing solutions. i-Admin's ever-expanding Asian footprint makes her a key player in any organization's multi-country payroll strategy.

Contact Information:
i-Admin Pte Ltd
RenQun Huang
+65 6332 8702
Contact via Email
www.i-admin.com
http://www.i-admin.com/contact-us/enquiry/

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