Howe Sound Pulp and Paper signs new agreement with NOW Solutions for its HR/Payroll solutions

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Howe Sound Pulp and Paper signs new agreement with NOW Solutions for its HR/Payroll solutions

October 22, 2010 - 03:31

FORT WORTH, TX, Oct. 22, 2010 (PRNewswire) -

NOW Solutions, Inc. (NOW Solutions) announced today a new Agreement with Howe Sound Pulp and Paper. Recently acquired by Paper Excellence, Howe Sound Pulp and Paper licensed emPath® to meet the complex Human Resources and Payroll needs of its organization.

emPath® is a Web-based HRMS/payroll solution that leverages Microsoft®.NET technology and provides functional efficiency for the entire enterprise coupled with remarkable performance gains. Tightly integrating an organization's human resources and payroll functions, emPath® provides comprehensive administrative and workflow capabilities, as well as employee empowerment via employee and manager self-service, all delivered with zero client administration.

Rob Sterpin, Vice President of Sales for NOW Solutions said that, "We are very excited to have Howe Sound Pulp and Paper as a NOW Solutions client. emPath® delivers a sophisticated HR/Payroll solution to organizations such as Howe Sound Pulp and Paper that have very complex needs."

"emPath® gives us the ability to access information and reports in a user friendly, versatile single solution. As a result, we'll be able to have optimal functionality in a cost effective scalable solution," cites Marc Turenne, Systems Superintendent, Howe Sound Pulp and Paper.

NOW Solutions' continued success can be attributed to the robust, Web-based features and flexibility of its product that provides a proven value when compared to other competing offerings. emPath® is an integrated and comprehensive payroll and human resources solution that offers a low total cost of ownership, a high return on investment while enabling businesses to significantly reduce customer expenses (both internally and externally) and to improve decision-making capabilities and organizational efficiency.