Heartland Payment Systems has released PlusOne Payroll, a payroll management system that streamlines all aspects of the payroll process to enable time and cost savings. The platform helps a company process payroll on a large scale and provides customisable solutions for businesses of all sizes.
Developed in conjunction with America OnShore – a Cleveland-based human resources and payroll software consulting firm – PlusOne is the first to use Oracle technology. This technology enables faster processing and continuous updates to ensure businesses remain compliant with payroll, tax and human resources regulations. The platform features web-hosted access, enabling businesses – and their accountants – to securely access all payroll data from virtually anywhere with SSL-encryption protection. It also provides robust, easy-to-use reporting for better business analysis. PlusOne is equipped to interface with the leading providers of accounting and time and attendance applications, as well as restaurant and retail point-of-sale (POS) systems.
“Built as an enterprise-level application from the ground up, PlusOne Payroll’s feature set and ability to scale enable it to meet large corporate and service bureau requirements,” said Todd La Fever, managing partner and chief executive officer (CEO) at America OnShore. “Simultaneously, its intuitive interface and logical process flows provide a straightforward approach for even the most basic of small business payroll needs.”
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