SOLUS Partnership to offer "best of breed" approach

February 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
This article reports that SOLUS Partnership, a consortium of human resource (HR) and accounting solutions and services companies, aims to offer a "best of breed" approach by delivering complementary HR, payroll, financials, e-Learning, and e-Recruitment solutions coupled with consultancy, networking and infrastructure services to give organizations a one-stop-shop for their business application needs. The Partnership was formed in response to a growing market demand to enable organizations to select key business solutions from a single source and benefit from the resulting economies of scale.


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