Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals Announce Payslip As Software Product of The Year Finalist

Sep 11, 2018 | Company News

Payslip, the global platform that automates the management of international payroll, has been announced as one of the finalists of  ‘Software Product of the Year’ at the prestigious CIPP Annual Excellence Awards 2018 alongside Xero Payroll and 5 other finalists. 

The CIPP’s Annual Excellence Awards were established to recognise individuals and organisations that have had a positive impact on the payroll or pension professions over the last twelve months.

Payslip is one of seven companies to have been shortlisted for the award in the ‘Software Product of the Year’ category. Finalists for this award include Xero Payroll, Megapay, IRIS Payroll Business, ResourceLink, EduPay and Selenity Expenses.

Finalists are selected following a rigorous judging process undertaken by independent industry experts in which all entries have to satisfy strict criteria including customer satisfaction, innovation and return on investment.

Fidelma McGuirk, Payslip Founder, comments: “At Payslip, we are honored to be shortlisted by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals in the UK. We are happy to fly the innovative flag for international payroll technology amongst esteemed domestic payroll engines Xero Payroll and Megapay.”

“While NGA Human Resources and FMP Global are established global payroll services providers, it’s very important that our technology represents a new delivery model to multinational clients is recognized. By shortlisting Payslip, the CIPP is presenting a cross-industry offering to multinational employers and reflects the market need for newer ways to centralize and control their global payroll.”

The winners of the CIPP Awards will be announced at the awards ceremony following the CIPP National Conference and Exhibition in the Hilton Birmingham Metropole National Exhibition Centre on the 11th of October.

For more information on the awards visit the CIPP UK website. 

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