Ceridian Partners with World First to Save Clients Time and Money | Business Wire

LONDON–([Ends])–Ceridian, a leading global provider of Human Capital Management (HCM)

technology and services, has partnered with World First, the

international payments and foreign exchange company, to deliver an

International Funds Transfer (IFT) service to its worldwide customer

base.

The Ceridian IFT solution provides a fully compliant payment solution,

removing the time and reducing the costs of managing international

payroll disbursement and many third party payment disbursements.

Jon Ziglar, EVP and managing director, from Ceridian International

commented:

“Our new partnership with World First will reduce the requirement for

our customers’ need to manage and fund expensive multiple currency

accounts and enables all foreign exchange transactions to be settled in

the clients domain currency. Streamlining the reconciliation process

considerably. World First’s focus on innovation is fully aligned with

Ceridian’s core values of delivering service through transformative

technology.”

Alex Sullivan, managing director at World First UK, said:

“We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Ceridian. World First

is all about changing the way people think about making international

payments, providing a better way to transfer money overseas for everyone.

“With our industry leading payments platform, we'll be able to bring

more competitive pricing in a more efficient international environment –

saving businesses both time and money in the process.”

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Notes to editors:

World First offers both private individuals and businesses access to

better exchange rates, faster transfers and personalised service for

their currency transfers. The company has transacted with over 61,000

corporate and individuals customers and processes $10billion volume

annually. World First was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in the UK

with offices in the US, Australia and Singapore.

For further information go to www.worldfirst.com