Reprieve for Talent2 as education payroll stays with Novopay

Tue, 07 May 2013

by Pattrick Smellie May 7 (BusinessDesk) - Australian payroll provider Talent2 will keep its $105 million 10 year contract to to provide New Zealand's public education payroll service after the government decided switching to the old provider, Datacom, simply exchanged one set of risks for another. Minister Responsible for Novopay Steven Joyce announced the Talent2 contract will "remain under review", but the decision effectively leaves Talent2 in place as New Zealand-owned Datacom loses an identified time to implement an alternative between...

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