|Head Office:||Catalyst Computer Systems Ltd.
58 Loughborough Road,
|Office hours are 9:00am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday (for weekend support see our Weekend Hotline number below).
|Telephone:||+44(0)116 230 1500|
|Fax:||+44(0)116 230 1522|
|Weekend Hotline:||+44(0)781 804 4086||See here for details.|
We have released a new feature today to make the process of replacing machines that run Platinum even easier!
As you may be aware, your Platinum system is licensed for use on a certain number of terminals, and if you change a machine, it has to be re-authorised.
Prior to this release, you needed to contact us to go through the process of re-licensing. With this new feature, replacing a machine or transferring a licence to another machine can now be done by you from the Platinum login screen over the internet without needing our assistance.
If you have any questions, please contact our Support team.
With the introduction of RTI (Real Time Information) for all payroll systems from 6th April, this is an excellent time to review your payroll arrangements. We have been taking part in the HMRC RTI pilot scheme and have successfully completed our testing and compliance.
Platinum Payroll will provide you with a simple and easy way to handle your day to day payroll tasks and allow you to comply with the requirements of RTI, all under a familiar and simple interface.
Contact our sales team for further information about how our inexpensive Playroll can help you.
Given the weather conditions, our hopes for this year’s Trade Expo at the NEC were quite low, and did make it interesting to set up the stand and get to the venue each day! While attendance did suffer noticeably on Sunday and Monday, we had a very good level of activity on all three days. It was very good to see those of you that made it on any of the three days, and thank you for taking the time to come and see us. It is always good to see both new and familiar faces and to get direct feedback, good or bad. It is very helpful to understand what we do well for you, and what we perhaps don’t do so well.