“Most of our employees are very satisfied with the pay stub services. We are still evaluating them, but it appears that we will realize a positive return on investment. We are pleased with the results thus far.”
– Mike Mitchell, Accounting, Iron County Schools
Iron County School District, located in Cedar City, Utah, is a growing school district with over 1500 employees. Like many school districts across the nation, Iron County Schools set out to reduce payroll costs, and ultimately chose online W-2s and pay stubs as part of the Doculivery online document solution from NatPay.
The main business objective of Iron County Schools that led them to NatPay was to utilize an online payroll solution to help streamline their payroll operations. "We were interested in reducing costs and increasing convenience through online distribution of pay stubs and W-2s for employees," stated Mike Mitchell, Accounting Dept. for Iron County Schools.
Several factors were key in searching for the solution to their business problem.
"Cost was our primary factor, but user friendliness and flexibility were also important influencers as well," stated Mitchell. NatPay provides online document solutions for dozens of school districts across the nation and realizes what it takes for school districts to experience a successful and seamless integration for adopting an online pay stub and W-2 solution.
"We wanted the solution to be easy to use and provide integration support as well," stated Mitchell. NatPay uses the latest in SSL security, Geotrust certificates, and a 3-tier firewall to safeguard client data. Employees login to a safe and secure website to access their pay information. Online pay stubs and W-2s present the school district with a valuable employee self-service benefit, and employees love being able to access their pay information 24/7, and receive text messages that their pay is in the bank.
Immediate ROI is another aspect of implementing an online document solution that many schools enjoy. Many organizations realize a return on investment in as little as two months after rollout. "We are still evaluating this but it appears that we will realize a positive return on investment. We are pleased with the results thus far," remarked Mitchell.