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MTSS-mba Membership Benefits Administration Software for Private and Taft-Hartley Employee Benefit Funds Releases New Pension Modules
Date:6/27/2012

Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) June 27, 2012

Talbot Business Solutions, LLC, a premier software solutions provider, announced today the release of several new pension modules for its Employee Benefits Administration software product, MTSS-mba. The new modules accommodate any type of pension plan including defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans as well as hybrid pension plans.

The new MTSS-mba pension features include enhanced on-screen what-if retirement benefit scenarios and flexible ad-hoc reporting options and will incorporate the recently released eligibility process engine. This engine provides tremendous throughput speeds for all system-wide updates and report processes. While currently being offered only in the general release versions of the MTSS-mba product line at this time, the new pension modules will be added to the TPA versions sometime 4th quarter 2012.

The pension management capabilities of MTSS-mba enable normally difficult tasks to be performed effortlessly. Calculations which must account for changes to vesting rules or credit formulas, recognizing hard or soft frozen plans or terminated plans, career or final average attributes, are all handled in stride making life so much easier for administrators.

In use since 1991, MTSS-mba has continued to develop and mature into a feature-rich. powerful enterprise solution that efficiently manages benefit fund data for Health and Welfare, Pension, Legal Services and other employee benefit programs with ease. Difficult tasks such as H&W eligibility tracking and pension vesting calculations, are performed effortlessly and the integrated document imaging modules enable immediate access to scanned source documents for visual verification of data.

MTSS-mba has a customizable, modular design that affords seamless integration to accommodate any work-flow environment -- from the simplest single fund entity to the most complicated multi-fund, multi-entity organization having hundreds of thousands of benefit participants.

MTSS-mba enables benefit administrators to conserve resources, reduce expenses and increase revenues, and turn benefits administration into a profit center!

About Talbot Business Solutions, LLC
Talbot Business Solutions was founded with the goal of bringing the absolute best management software solutions and the highest customer service, to the Employee Benefits industry. MTSS-mba is the flagship solution in reaching that objective. Talbot Business Solutions, LLC is led by experienced Membership and Employee Benefits Administration veterans who have a history of providing excellent service to the private as well as Taft-Hartley Employee Benefits community.
To learn more about our solutions, please call (301) 825-9750, send email to info(at)MTSS-mba(dot)com or visit online at http://www.MTSS-mba.com.

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