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Why Datacom Payroll?
The award recognises Datacom as the payroll provider that delivers exceptional service to a business who helped and assisted payroll professionals in their work to achieve essential outcome, and have provided tools and functionality that aids with the processing of payroll in terms of compliance, cost effectiveness and best practice.
We are committed and invested to deliver ongoing innovative solutions that meet all our customers' changing requirements.We all know that problematic payroll systems can damage employee engagement, at Datacom we believe that by combining good design and technology with an understanding of employee engagement, a payroll system can actually facilitate great employee experience.
It’s no surprise that the legislation governing payroll can be complex and confusing. With the increased scrutiny by regulatory agencies over recent years, it’s easy to see why compliance is at the forefront of many organisations’ minds when it comes to choosing a payroll provider.
Here at Datacom, one of our core objectives is to help our customers be compliant with all payroll-related legislation. To do this, we continue to invest significantly in our payroll systems to enable compliance.
Research shows that an engaged workforce is more productive and willing to put in discretionary effort. They are also more likely to stay longer in an organisation which thereby reduces the cost associated with churn. We know that problematic payroll systems can destroy employee engagement, but also that smart systems and processes can improve employee engagement. We continue to invest in our products where we can see an opportunity to lift employee engagement.
Not only do we integrate with your general ledger, but with other HRIS, Time and Attendance and Onboarding specialised solutions. Our customers will be supported with their standard business practices and functions to ensure one seamless experience. We continue to develop and improve our set of APIs to integrate our payroll system with other products so that our clients are free to choose best-in-class systems for all their business requirements.
A lot of valuable data is contained within a sophisticated payroll software solution. We provide access to a multi layered range of records and statistics for analysis to deliver actionable insights from this information. We support both standard reports on employee financials and when added to Power BI you will be presented with business analytics for truly informed decision making and detailed analytics.
You need to be confident that you will pay your staff accurately and legally. With the ever changing landscape of payroll legislation, a "set and forget" approach is one that should be prevented. We have been in the payroll business since 1967 and are here to support all our clients. We provide free Helpdesk support, you can call on us when you're in a payroll pickle and draw on our payroll experience and expertise.
Flexible and Scalable Solutions
As a large business, the management of financials and people are core. An executive team will be ensuring that all legal obligations, operating costs, revenue streams and recruitment are aligned. Ensuring an organisation is compliant with legal commitments, error free when managing payroll, retaining the best talent and understanding the costs of not doing so, requires real data insights and error free processes. Our DataPay solution has been developed for large organisation to support the management of such accountabilities. DataPay also integrates with Xero - we take the pressure to ensure compliance and that all payments are managed and details sent to your tax agent at the right time.
There are many organisations that would like to have key business processes managed by external specialists. The function of managing a payroll can be time consuming and requires detailed and error free processing. Outsourcing has so many advantages and can be well leveraged as staff needs change, with new legislation managed on your behalf and without the business needing to invest in payroll staff, hardware and software programmes.
Today's CEO is increasingly encountering the influence of macro level dynamics on their business; economic, social, trade or political. At the micro or internal level there are factors impacting and influencing the organisation leader.
The role and function held by Human resource leaders has changed a lot of the last few years. Senior leaders in this field are on executive teams and require depth and breadth of knowledge in many areas related to the organisation's employees.
For any small to medium business owner the uncertainty in business is directly influenced by the management of cashflow. The need to grow a company, attract and keep talented key staff, and balance the budgets for recruiting necessary support roles like finance and human resource, can be a challenge. The business owner maintains a CEO and often CFO and CIO role within their remit.
CIOs are fundamental to the success of any business and have the knowledge and expertise to impact the bottom line. Their primary role is to influence the investment decisions and offer technology solutions that will help power the business and deliver on the digital transformation strategies set by the organisation. Providing the organisation with the tools to gain greater insights to drive revenues and the technology to minimise costs.
Despite the skills and talents that exists with those managing the payroll function, errors can still occur. The demands from the Executive team to provide more metrics and analytics about employees' costs and risks often means collating data from many disparate systems. The time for managing the regular payroll function is put under pressure with an increased volume of compliance and administration duties. A changing workforce comes with more complexity for the payroll team.