London, UK, 23 April 2020 – Cezanne HR, leading provider of modern HR software for mid-sized UK and international organisations, today announced the general availability of an integrated payroll module for their fast-growing Cezanne HR suite.
A pioneer of Cloud-first HR systems, the latest addition to their portfolio allows Cezanne HR to offer HR and payroll professionals another forward-thinking solution that takes the cost and complexity out of payroll and pension administration.
Designed specifically for UK organisations, including Scotland and Wales, the new module takes full advantage of the latest Cloud technologies to provide an intuitive online payroll and pension management solution that is quick to implement, easy to manage and designed for the modern world of work.
HMRC-recognised and available online 24/7, the solution combines comprehensive functionality for payroll and pension management with smart tools and time-saving automation to make payroll processing and pension administration fast, accurate and stress free.
Alongside all the features needed to manage payroll and pensions, including RTI, statutory reporting, coding notifications, electronic payslips, and support for auto-enrolment and pension administration, the system is regularly and seamlessly updated to keep pace with changing regulations.
John Hixon, Director of R&D, Cezanne HR explains: “Companies need to know that their payroll system is up to date. One of the most significant advantages of Cloud-native HR systems, like Cezanne HR, is how quickly and easily new features can be made available. Software updates that typically take days or weeks to implement in older system, are rolled out in just a few minutes – without impacting customers’ day-to-day use of the system.”
The new module already includes a Furlough Claim Report, designed to speed up the process of making claims through the HMRC’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme portal that went live on Monday.
The system also offers a comprehensive API. This facilitates the exchange of information with other systems, such a pension providers and accounting packages, further reducing errors and freeing up time.