AFSL 312078 Prepared as at 15 May 2007
ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SERVICE (EPS) PRODUCT INFORMATION GUIDE
This document describes the Electronic Payment Service (EPS) offered by Automatic Data Processing Limited (ADP) and provides an understanding of what to expect from your interactions with ADP and the use of our EPS product.
This guide contains information about:
the features and functionality of the EPS product
the use of EPS
the cost of EPS
issue resolution and escalation procedures in relation to the EPS product
Who Are We?
Automatic Data Processing Limited Pty. Ltd ABN 70 003 924 945 (ADP) is a subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing Incorporated (ADP Inc) which is headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey in the United States of America.
ADP Inc, and within Australia ADP, provide a range of global, outsourced payroll and human resource administration solutions for organisations of any size within any industry. Here in Australia, ADP maintains offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Buranda, Adelaide and Perth.
ADP has been granted an Australian financial service licence (AFSL No.312078) by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission which authorises it to issue EPS as a non-cash payments facility and to provide general financial product advice concerning EPS. General inquiries regarding EPS can be directed to:
Automatic Data Processing Limited EPS Team 9-11 Miles Street Mulgrave 3170 Victoria
Telephon Fax: Email: Website:
(+613) 9566 5508 (+613) 9566 5593 email@example.com www.asiapacific.adp.com
What Is EPS?
ADP’s Electronic Payment Service (EPS) enables employers to make electronic transfers to recipient organisations for a wide range of employee related benefits. This includes superannuation contributions, insurance premiums, car leasing payments and so on. It allows the recipient, which could be the trustee or administrator of a superannuation fund or insurer, to receive those payments or transfers using the streamlined features of EPS.
EPS is designed to simplify data and funds exchange between employers (on behalf of their employees) and recipients. Employers can channel all payroll deduction data and payments to many different recipients, using one online interface. Employers can use EPS to facilitate the transfer of both biographical data and to provide direction of funds for superannuation and other employee deduction and entitlement details.
AFSL-EW001 V1.0 May, 2007
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