A free guide to help you find the right payroll software
- Find out how to assess your current payroll process
- Discover what you should be looking for in a new payroll software
- Learn how to weigh up the cost vs value of new payroll software
Who is this payroll software guide designed for?
This payroll software guide is designed for businesses assessing and auditing their payroll processes. It is specifically focused on providing advice for those considering payroll software, including assessing current processes, what to look for from software providers and weighing up the cost vs value of any new investment.
Is it free to download?
- Yes, our payroll software guide is completely free to download. We just ask for a couple of small details, for example your job role, so that we can continue to provide the most relevant and useful content for our readers.
What considerations should be taken into account when choosing a payroll software?
First and foremost, you should consider what it is your business most needs from a payroll software, based on the findings of your payroll audit. Do you have HR, accountancy and pensions tools that need to be integrated into your new payroll software? Is it dedicated support from payroll professionals that you need? Or perhaps the ability to run irregular and ad hoc pay. Different providers offer different features and services, so be sure to see who is promising what when shopping around.
Is payroll software easy to use?
Payroll software, including PayFit’s, is designed to be as user friendly as possible. The aim of payroll software is to empower teams to take ownership of their payroll when traditionally it may have been outsourced to an accountant. PayFit has a dedicated team of payroll and product specialists on hand to help with any issues that users may have, as well as a comprehensive onboarding process for new users. Both of these help to embed PayFit within businesses and make it easier to use than it is to go back and forth with an accountant!