Affinity Wins Silver
Affinity Employer Services – an Australian and New Zealand payroll technology provider – has been awarded a silver medal in the 2017 Human Resource Director (HRD) Magazine Service Provider Awards for payroll technology excellence.
The award was received in “Payroll Systems” a category usually dominated by big industry players. An independent judging panel consisted of 10 senior HR professionals paid special attention to new, unique or innovative ways that companies service clients.
Proud of the win, Company Director Dennis Pivac said, “This accomplishment validates our payroll system development is on track and investment in clever technology is improving daily activities for all users.”
Affinity’s cloud based payroll software eliminates manual effort via online tools and automation, ensuring compliant and error free payroll processing real time reporting capabilities.
As a single source system that offers a full HCM (Human Capital Management) suite, Affinity enables all employee information to be stored and managed from one place removing the need for multiple systems. Affinity seamlessly interfaces with other business systems such as finance and time and attendance applications.
“We are experiencing significant business growth and demand for our system, simply because it improves productivity with automation, eliminating costly errors and time.”
“We also deliver fully managed payroll services for companies looking to outsource their payroll function. Our staff are at the front line of company’s managing payroll for thousands of staff,” says Pivac “The knowledge we gain from this experience drives our innovation and makes our payroll solutions competitive against less automated systems in the market.”
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