At a day-to-day level, what functionality will HR leaders and their teams benefit from as a result of the extended partnership?
There are a few key elements that I would focus on. Firstly, the partnership means that customers will be able to accelerate innovation by removing siloed systems and processes and replacing them with a streamlined global solution that allows them to automate manual HR processes. Reducing that inefficiency will free HR leaders up to really drive innovation across their function.
Another important benefit that a lot of leaders are looking for is the ability to get a comprehensive and accurate view of time and attendance, workforce management and payroll information. This is core data for organisations with a global employee base, and having access to a single source of truth to process, review, report and analyse HR and payroll data can be a huge competitive advantage.
Perhaps most importantly from a payroll perspective is the ongoing innovation features that customers will benefit from. Regulations, compliance and other factors can change frequently across geographies and staying up-to-date is a major challenge. Businesses can benefit from ongoing payroll innovation features providing them with expertise and insight to better support their compliance with local regulations.
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