The Role of Human Experience Management in Delivering Personal Growth
Guest Speaker: Mohan Rao Kurva, SAP SuccessFactors Professional Certified EC Payroll Consultant, Gavdi Group
Payroll is one of the most important functions of any human resources department. When employee payroll data is processed and recorded efficiently, it helps the entire organization run more smoothly and effectively. It remains a crucial process which requires high quality and timely data inputs, combined with logical, accurate calculations and appropriate outputs. In recognition of this we are pleased to be able to share details of our upcoming webinar on the topic of “Rethinking and Simplifying Payroll Performance”.
Gavdi Payroll Expert, Mohan Rao Kurva will provide attendees with invaluable insights into how Gavdi EasyPay provides organisations with an award-winning payroll solution, a solution that can be deployed in a matter of weeks and at an affordable price.
Learn how our implementation methodology, Gavdi Activate, takes a realistic and cost-effective approach to the implementation of Gavdi EasyPay. A methodology that leverages industry best practices, with a common set of tools and processes, resulting in the most efficient utilisation of project resources in the realisation of project objectives
Mohan will also provide attendees with invaluable insights into how Gavdi EasyPay, combines the use of proven technology, latest innovations, and service delivery to enable organisations of all sizes to enjoy the latest in SAP payroll technology. This unique offering enables us to provide a solution that represents the next generation of payroll process automation
Webinar will cover
- An Introduction into Gavdi EasyPay
- Gavdi EasyPay Methodology
- An overview of Gavdi EasyPay including key features – Payroll Control Center, Point to Point integration, Payroll Localisation and Compliance
- Key Takeaways
- Questions and Answers
Date: Wednesday, 24th of March 2021
11.00 -12.00am CET
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