When it comes to payroll, international companies often face a daunting challenge: different payroll providers, processes and systems in each country require significant effort to report accurately on global payroll actuals. Keeping up with local legislation and compliance is also extremely difficult.
Rely on SD Worx to take care of your European and global payroll processes. We strive to support international organisations with their payroll operations by providing integrated multi-country payroll, seamless integration with Core HR and Time & Attendance software, global reporting capabilities and flexible service levels – in a single governance model.
With a single contract, a central point of contact and harmonised service levels across the globe
By making sure that everyone is getting paid correctly and on-time and by living up to the digital expectations of employees
Relying on accurate cross-border reporting on headcount, finances and cost centres without manual work.
With the support of our knowledge network providing consulting, training and advisory services delivered by local experts
Report on core-HR data and payroll cost faster without spending manual work. Make strategic decisions based on real time data. SD Worx’ global payroll and HR reporting application, provides multi-country consolidated reporting and analytics capabilities for global payroll visibility, insights and control.
With our 3 layered approach, we cover governance, services and tools in one integrated solution. This way, you have a solution that is adapted to your organisational needs without worrying about multiple contracts, different integrations or call-centers from countries you have never heard of during the sales conversations.
SD Worx was listed as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s July 2020 Market Guide for Multicountry Payroll Solutions. We are one of 21 companies worldwide to receive this honour.
In today’s business landscape, organisations are facing uncertainty as they plan for the future. With covid-19 pandemic turning the world upside down, Brexit that has caused political instability across Europe, the rapid development of new technologies and the lure of moving operations overseas to reduce costs, how can we navigate these turbulent times?