Breakfast seminar on payroll software
Payroll software written specially for Bermuda will be the topic of a breakfast seminar hosted by Blue Bison and the Acumen Group later this month.
The event, which will take place at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute on March 25, opens at 8am for an 8.30am start.
Acumen provides an outsourced payroll service using Blue Bison’s software.
Graham Pearson, chief executive officer of Blue Bison, said the seminar should appeal to human resources and finance employees on the island who can learn about how the software can save on the time and expense of processing payroll.
Blue Bison’s software administers more than 7,000 employees each month, automating the tasks for time and attendance, work permit administration, tax calculating and reporting and automating the distribution of funds between the local banks.
Customers vary from five employees to more than 800 from all industry sectors.
Ricki Thorn, head of outsourcing for Acumen, said: “We process more than 35,000 payslips every year and the service enables their clients to focus on more strategic aspects of their business.”
He added that it eliminates the risk of having a single resource responsible for payroll.
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