Organisations engage SnP Consulting to solve problems and provide sustainable value propositions specifically relating to payroll and HR processes and software. Increasingly, organisations have been engaging SnP to review and report on their current processes and software, before considering any decision to change their payroll/ HRIS application(s).
SnP provide a unique service for every client developed from their specific situation, timeframes, and objectives. As a guide, the following programs have been successfully delivered for clients:
- End to end payroll processes and software review. The objective of this program was to provide an accurate assessment of the efficiency of the current payroll (and HR) processes including: new starters, terminations, timesheet processing, award interpretation, and internal and external reporting. A report was delivered with specific recommendations on proposed processes, current system configuration changes, systems integration options and new report specifications
- Resourcing and benchmarking: the deliverable of this engagement was to report on the costs (on a cost per pay basis) of the payroll function against available benchmarking data and provide recommendation for improvements
- Market intelligence reports have been provided for organisations just wanting an overview of the available alternative software options. These reports typically provide detail of alternative applications with details on costing, implementation timeframe guides, and competitive strengths and weaknesses
- Considering outsourcing? SnP has assisted organisations make informed decisions on outsourcing options
- End to end evaluation and selection processes. For organisations that have decided to change their payroll/ HRIS application, SnP has supported these organisations through the end to end process including: requirements gathering and analysis, vendor short-listing, vendor selection and contract negotiation
- Payroll centralisation assessments. SnP has been engaged to assist organisations considering a move to a centralised shared services model