Budgeting, Planning & Forecasting

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February 24, 2011

Payroll Processor Paycor Selects HP Servers



Paycor, an independently owned payroll processing service provider in the United States, has selected HP to upgrade its data center. The company can now increase its business agility and ability to deliver superior client services with this partnership.

Paycor needed to upgrade its legacy systems to improve customer response time and support its growing business. The company, which supports more than 19,000 corporate clients, executes 1.7 million transactions while processing nearly 130,000 paychecks, during its most demanding days. Paycor chose the eight-socket HP ProLiant DL980 G7 servers running Microsoft Windows server and Microsoft SQL server database software, after considering a few solutions from HP and IBM (News - Alert).

HP ProLiant DL980 G7, featuring HP's PREMA Architecture delivers the balanced scaling, self-healing resiliency and breakthrough efficiency needed to overcome the challenges of today's most demanding x86 compute environments.

“Our ability to provide a fast, secure and seamless experience for our customers is critical to our continued success,” said Kevin Armour, chief technology officer, Paycor Inc. “The DL980 servers offer an x86 environment that provides the high availability and resiliency for our most critical business applications, enabling us to keep pace with the demands of our customers even during the busiest of times.”

Allowing customers to easily manage mixed environments of HP Integrity and HP ProLiant servers HP’s unified management framework helps Paycor to move its existing Windows SQL Server environment on HP Integrity to the new DL980 systems. The HP ProLiant DL980 G7 server with HP PREMA architecture delivers high performance and reliability for data-intensive workloads, which is based on industry-standard technology, the company has stated.

Recently, the company released a new solution portfolio that is specially designed to provide flexibility and also enhance the efficiency of health organizations. According to company sources, the new HP Digital Health solutions are based on HP’s portfolio of products, solutions and partnerships. The solutions help health organizations to accelerate change and innovation, advance operational efficiencies and orchestrate care across the ecosystem, the company stated in a press release.


Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf
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