Build a case for a single payroll solution that aligns with your critical business objectives.
To create a compelling business case for a modern payroll system, you need to identify the cost savings, productivity gains, and employee engagement benefits. Understanding five key payroll areas can help you build a successful case with leadership.
Updates payroll in real time and supports payroll checklists and workflows.
Gives employees access to their payroll data with self-service tools, improving efficiencies and engagement.
Minimizes compliance risk and potential legal issues, fines, and penalties related to payroll.
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Payroll errors: Identify how modern payroll technology can reduce errors
Payroll productivity: Evaluate how a new solution can reduce hard costs and soft costs
Employee self-service: Determine the time payroll staff spends on manual tasks that could be reduced with self-service tools
Current payroll processing costs: Calculate the total cost, from software and hardware to IT support and more
Compliance risk: Changing legislation and regulations can expose payroll to the risk of noncompliance
In building your business case, you should answer a key question: What value will a new payroll solution provide that the existing system doesn’t? Use the chart showing how payroll technology improvements align with specific benefits to guide you in illustrating the value of a new solution.
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