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Future Payroll – A New Payroll Architecture

I like SAP R3 payroll, with all its strengths and weaknesses. But I’m ready – the industry and customers are ready – for a new payroll. I’m calling it Future Payroll.

Future Payroll has to be new, from the ground up. R3’s foundation of schemas, rules and wagetypes is great. It’s powerful when you know how to use it, but it’s also antique compared to what we have available today. Maybe more important than the technical foundation is what the business value, the end-result needs to look like.

Future Payroll Works for You

So in my previous blog I established that Future Payroll is smart. It has a lot of business content, it tells you about how it is setup and put together. It knows about all the compliance-related things, and it makes sure you are doing payroll right. So with all that knowledge built in, let’s have Future Payroll do more of the configuration and setup work for you. Again, an example will make it clearer.

Future Payroll Supports Common Processes

All too often as consultants we end up configuring the same process for each customer because the SAP payroll software doesn’t provide it. For example, in the US we setup stock option processing for most every customer. In Brazil it might be Vacation Scheduling, or electronic payslips in Argentina. Every country has some examples of these common processes companies require that are not fully delivered with the software.

Reflect on 2017 and Hope for 2018 - Part 1

In our year-end podcast we reflect on what stood out for us in 2017 and how we want to see that change or improve in 2018. Joining me were Amy Grubb, Brandon Toombs, Luke Marson and Jarret Pazahanick. It turned out to be a lengthy discussion so we present it here in two parts: Part 1 is all about payroll, and part 2 is about the rest: EC, on-boarding, recruitment, GDPR and more.

Reflect on 2017 and Hope for 2018 - Part 2

In our year-end podcast we reflect on what stood out for us in 2017 and how we want to see that change or improve in 2018. Joining me were Amy Grubb, Brandon Toombs, Luke Marson and Jarret Pazahanick. It turned out to be a lengthy discussion so we present it here in two parts: Part 1 is all about payroll, and part 2 is about the rest: EC, on-boarding, recruitment, GDPR and more.

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