Some of the most successful companies are those who do not venture beyond their core competency, but instead search for experts to handle specialized services that create a powerful collaboration. After all, just because a company offers a service, it does not necessarily mean they specialize in that particular area.
Tax Sheltered Compensation, Inc. (TSC) and Payroll Control Systems (PCS) have recently partnered to offer professionally bundled services to clients. TSC’s third-party administration of successful retirement plans and PCS’s quality payroll service provide more secure and simplified options for clients. The partnership means competency within compliance for both companies, and it is a win-win situation for their clients as well.
“There is a great value in partnering and not using false claims to say you can do it all,” said Gary Zurek, president of TSC.
The partnership is about convenience combined with trust. Together, the expertise and quality control of each company allows clients to have solid confidence in the services provided. More importantly, clients have confidence in the people who are providing the specialized services.
There are several advantages for employers to do business with a third-party administration firm that has integrated payroll services:
- Simplifies tasks for the administrative personnel
- Increases accuracy
- Lowers the chances for error
- Quickens turn around
This strategic collaboration strengthens both TSC and PCS by allowing them to offer clients complete, specialized services while staying within their own areas of expertise.
The right collaboration is a wonderful thing – especially when the result is effectively servicing clients.
VP of Sales & Marketing
Payroll Control Systems
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