Global Payroll and HCM Integration: What You Need To Know
With the innovation in payroll accelerating like never before, 2022 is a pivot point. If HR transformation is on your agenda, then you can’t do it without payroll.
As payroll becomes increasingly strategic, discover how to tackle its integration with HCM and truly transform HR tech for good.
Now is the time for payroll to be a priority in HR transformation and its importance in wider business growth strategies.
With the HCM ecosystem already a challenge, many organizations shy away from integrating payroll or upgrading or changing suppliers. This doesn’t need to be a blocker though. Watch this on-demand session to learn how to tackle your integration and maximize the business impact of the exciting technological developments we’re witnessing across payroll today.
And remember, pay isn’t just for payroll specialists. This is for everyone in HR.
What does HCM mean in 2022?
As HR has expanded its role, reach, and capabilities, no longer are the traditional HCM role that manages “Core HR” processes such as organization management, personnel administration, movers and leavers, benefits administration, and travel and expenses the only consideration when integrating new tools.
Major HCM platforms today have a huge breadth of capabilities that go far beyond this traditional core function of providing a system of record for employees. There’s a vast amount of data and information that is now stored in these systems, and huge investments of time and money that have gone into these projects, to get them where they are today.
As a result, it’s clear that any organization looking into integrating a new tool into their repertoire of HR functions and systems are interrogating how they stand up against current business processes and tools and need to be assured of seamless integration and data flow, throughout the HCM, as well as between the platforms that feed into this.
Removing friction and creating trust through HR systems
Presenting to the business user, clear actions they can take and areas for improvement that have been discovered through systems communicating with each other provides a layer of trust that is often overlooked as being necessary for successful tech adoption and integration.
A good integration is something that flows through reliably, but also highlights to a business user, the action they might take to do better. For example, an employee has added their banking information in the wrong format – they may have missed a digit or the IBAN format doesn’t match – what the Immedis platform does is highlight that we’ve received the information correctly, so the integration has worked, but there is something that needs to be actioned because it highlights this is not correct for the downstream purpose.
Dave Muldoon, Technology and Projects Director at Immedis
Looking at Payroll tech specifically, the area of certification is clearly a huge signpost in being able to save time and money and instilling confidence in a system, ahead of onboarding. Some other key reasons why certification is important to Immedis specifically, as outlined by Dave, include:
- Recognition of quality and rigorous testing
- Ideas and input into join roadmap for Customer Value
- Feedback from HCM Channel Partners helps improve their model
- Local fluency is underlined with certified country integrations
To find out more about how you can go beyond systems integration to an integrated business process, including guided steps to data completion, check out the recording of this session, on-demand, now.
Watch On Demand
"*" indicates required fields