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Connecting the dots in your payroll data
AI engines that guarantee compliance
Payslips, sign-offs, and payments
Accuracy is our specialty
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Payroll approval. Simplified
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Payroll is only the beginning
We created the first embedded payments platform designed for workforce payments and built our own payment rails to ensure payments always land on time at full value. Fund your payment accounts later in the cycle and free up more working capital.
From Workday to NetSuite and so much more: Galvanize HR and Finance into one ecosystem for all your global workforce management needs, and create a single source of truth. Connect your HCM/HRIS, expenses, T&A, ERP and more to unify data and processes.
Data and Insights
Get total visibility and complete control over your workforce spending. Our real-time reports bring all your locations together in one place, so you can make smart business decisions. Finally unlock the insights hidden in your payroll data.
Payroll and payments are ultra-sensitive and we give them top priority. We’re certified with ISO 27001 and ISO 27701 and hold SOC 1, Type 2, and SOC 2, Type 2 audit reports — covering overall security, financial controls, and general safeguards.
What is international payroll?
International payroll refers to the execution and managing payroll payments made to workers based overseas. International payroll processing can come with its share of challenges, including regulatory hurdles, communication barriers, and international banking costs.
How do you process international payroll?
To process global payroll, you need to have a system in place that accounts for local regulations, employee compensation and benefits, and cultural considerations. Normally, the easiest way to handle all this is by outsourcing these tasks to a third-party provider with the necessary expertise in place. One way to verify this expertise is by working with an intermediary provider that can accurately vet and analyze the provider’s performance.
How do you organize global payroll?
At its core, organizing global payroll involves adopting a system that allows you to manage all aspects of payroll, in all countries you operate in, in one place, so that you can have better data visibility and tracking capabilities. A technology-first approach is the right move here. Make sure that the solution you choose has a robust infrastructure and can adjust to payroll anomalies whenever necessary.
How do you pay global employees?
Paying your global employees involves choosing the payment method that best suits your growth strategy and your employees’ locations. Deciding how to go about hiring your employees, ensuring the correct classification according to local requirements, and selecting the relevant services are all part of the game. For example, deciding whether you want to open a local entity in a new country or use EOR services may have to do with your expansion budget.
How to establish payroll for international contractors?
Paying international contractors can be done in all sorts of ways, like bank wires, credit cards, money transfer companies, and freelance platforms. When paying your contractors, it’s important to ensure you’re correctly classifying them and that you’re complying with the local regulations of the region where they’re based. To choose the best payment method and ensure accurate and compliant payment delivery, you may want to consider partnering with a third-party provider with the relevant expertise on the subject.
How do you avoid international payroll fraud?
To avoid international payroll fraud, you need to employ maximum security standards. Some steps you can take to properly do this involve training your employees on how to share and protect information, limiting access to sensitive data, dividing payroll tasks among your payroll team, and adopting cloud security measures.
You may also consider outsourcing much of your payroll tasks to a payroll software provider. Of course, make sure to do your homework first to ensure built-in compliance, audit trail capabilities, data encryption and the relevant certifications.