Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Frontier Software celebrates 30 years in the UK

The head office of Frontier Software, a specialist global provider of HR & Payroll software, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month.

Managing Director Michael Howard says he is “Thrilled to have achieved this milestone in the UK, still at the helm of the business he founded with his wife Jane”.

Development Manager Neil Franklin has also been with the company from the beginning and throughout his 30 years service has been part of thousands of changes and innovations to an exciting range of products and services.

“The change is constant with enhancements and new products always in the pipeline to meet the needs of the UK Payroll and HR market,” he says.

Neil enjoys working alongside Michael, Jane and a dedicated team of HR & Payroll professionals, both in the UK and at the company’s overseas offices.

Michael extends his heartfelt thanks to customers and staff for their loyalty and support over the last 30 years and attributes the company’s success to a core value.

“Customer service is our number one priority, although the last 18 months have been particularly challenging, the entire Frontier Software team has continued working from home, ensuring no disruption to our service. Here’s to the next 30 years!” says Michael.

Frontier Software has staff based across the East Midlands including a payroll processing centre in Nottingham offering payroll outsourcing services from bureau to fully managed.

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