Pension administration system supports global clientele

June 2008
Employee Benefit News;Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p52
The article features the Creation Pension Administration Systems (CPAS), the only company that could build an integrated system to service the pension, health and income protection plans for the staff of the Lutheran Church of Canada. CPAS was founded by programmer David Rive and George Watson. Their clients include financial institutions, private companies and nonprofit organizations. It notes that the over 120 organizations in Canada, U.S. and Europe are being serviced by the CPAS Toronto headquarters.


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