The 2019 EY Global Payroll Survey results showed that payroll departments want to digitize processes, and indicates trends going back to moving payroll processing in-house1. The year 2020 brought technology, security, and processes to the forefront for payroll professionals. Some on-premise systems proved inaccessible for remote workers and quick changes were needed. IT had to work overtime to ensure all the systems could be administered from home. This showcased the need for digitized payroll systems even more. Efficiency and flexibility to work from anywhere proved to be the main takeaways from the pandemic and business needed to adapt accordingly to make their systems more convenient and secure.
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- Payroll continuity
- Cutting processing time using automations
- Employee records
With all the constant changes in the world today, it is vital that your payroll system can adapt and work for your business. Contingency plans must be made across the whole business but knowing you have configurable, efficient, and secure systems in place will put any payroll worries at ease.