Dallas — March 7
Affiliated Computer Services Inc., a provider of business process outsourcing and information technology solutions, has been awarded a five-year renewal of its retirement plan outsourcing contract with Allied Waste Industries Inc., a provider of waste services.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
ACS has been administering retirement benefits for Allied Waste’s employees since 1998.
Services include record keeping, administration, benefit calculations, actuarial services and call center support for Allied Waste’s 26,000 retirement plan participants.
The renewal highlights ACS’ proven strength in large-scale benefits administration, part of its broad range of human resources outsourcing (HRO) solutions.
“ACS has assisted our employees through the complex issues surrounding retirement and savings plans,” said Donna Marquette, Allied Waste director of employee benefits. “Their experts have crafted an integrated solution that benefits our employees.”
Ann Vezina, ACS executive vice president and commercial chief operating officer, agrees.
“ACS’ contract renewal and expansion rates are exceptionally high because of our commitment to creating innovative, scalable solutions that save our clients time and maximize cost efficiency,” Vezina said. “Similarly, Allied Waste is an industry leader that has built its success upon innovation and strong service.
“ACS will continue to exemplify these shared values as we administer Allied Waste’s retirement benefits.”
ACS offers a full range of integrated, end-to-end HRO services, and it is renowned for its pioneering initiatives that have opened a complete spectrum of customized solutions to large-scale clients around the world.
ACS provides HRO services for more than 3 million people around the globe, delivering services from more than 80 global locations supporting client operations in more than 60 countries and supporting 20 languages.
ACS’ comprehensive suite of HRO capabilities includes total benefits outsourcing — complete employee services and benefits administration — as well as strategy and consulting to engineer and improve HR operations and services.
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