News: Workday and Datacom join hands for payroll integration in NZ

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Workday and Datacom join hands for payroll integration in NZ

With the intention of de-risking operations, enhancing efficiencies and increasing cost savings, Workday and Datacom collaborate to develop the Workday DataPay Connector for payroll integration in New Zealand.
Workday and Datacom join hands for payroll integration in NZ

Workday Global Payroll Cloud (GPC) announces Datacom as its partner, allowing it to offer integrated payroll solutions to New Zealand customers and provide customers with a straightforward HR and payroll compliance option.

With this partnership, Workday and Datacom collaborated to develop the Workday DataPay Connector to enable bi-directional data integration and display payroll results in Workday. The Workday DataPay Connector integrates Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) with the Datacom payroll application, allowing Workday customers in New Zealand to connect their HR and payroll data efficiently and securely. The integration helps de-risk operations, enhances efficiency, and increases cost savings.

The Workday DataPay Connector provides support for the integration of a number of features pertaining to employee lifecycle, leave balance, time management and payslips. According to Ross Fodie, Datacom's sales manager for Payroll Software and Services, building this partnership involved several months of training through Workday's Cloud Connect for Third-Party Payroll (CCTPP) program. Through this program, his in-house team of payroll experts learned the specific Workday setup and configurations to ensure they could build and test customer solutions end-to-end

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Topics: HR Technology, Compensation & Benefits, Technology, #HRTech

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