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Custom reporting the Paycircle way

Harness the power of true cloud and access powerful data that will… Insights across all your data   Build your own You don’t need a data specialist to build reports in Paycircle. Better still, you don’t need us!   Packs a punch I Want to…

Catherine Pinkney
By Catherine Pinkney

Sunday 15 Mar, 2020

Security in the cloud with IP address whitelisting

Controlling who can ‘WFH’ It sounds more complicated than it actually is. It’s really simple to get your head around and even easier to manage. There are obvious benefits of being able to access your work tools online and being able to ‘work from home’…

Catherine Pinkney
By Catherine Pinkney

Saturday 7 Mar, 2020

Payroll for all – Introducing the customisable payroll portal 🎉👍😎

Give people access to exactly what they need when they need it – nothing more, nothing less Take a traditional relationship between a payroll bureau team and their customers, where the process of running each company’s payroll uses a whole heap of disparate technology and…

Catherine Pinkney
By Catherine Pinkney

Saturday 7 Mar, 2020

21st century data importing

Let’s talk about imports. Whether you’re setting up a payroll for the first time or using data imports to update team members or make changes to payrolls each pay period, you need to be able to get data into the system in the most efficient…

Catherine Pinkney
By Catherine Pinkney

Saturday 7 Mar, 2020

Payroll collaboration in the cloud

Introducing Paycircle’s new Workflow and Collaboration features – built to revolutionise the way that bureaus work, both internally and with their customers, to manage the process of running payrolls. Embraced properly, this new functionality is game-changing for sure. Here at Paycircle we think that the…

Catherine Pinkney
By Catherine Pinkney

Saturday 7 Mar, 2020

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