XCD and Symatrix Form Strategic Partnership
Symatrix and XCD today announce that they have entered into a strategic partnership to offer the Symatrix BPO Managed Payroll service on the Force.com platform. As the only company providing outsourced payroll on the Salesforce Platform, Symatrix is able to offer their market-leading UK run payroll service to the SME marketplace for the first time.
This partnership will provide companies with the opportunity to manage all of their HR and Payroll processes, activity and delivery on one of the world’s largest enterprise cloud platforms. This will significantly reduce administrative activity within HR and Payroll, giving them the ability to spend time adding value to the business.
The Symatrix BPO Managed Payroll service is implemented with a best practice approach that focuses on improved operational outcomes by providing a truly fully managed payroll service, delivered by experienced HR and Payroll professionals. Symatrix deliver Payroll Services across many industry sectors which include Central Government, Financial Services, Professional Services and Global Organisations meaning the governance and controls in place meet the requirements of the most regulated and governed sectors. The exceptional levels of service quality and efficiency benefits that Symatrix delivers to its current large enterprise customers can now be delivered to the mid-market by taking advantage of XCD’s single-solution HR and Payroll application. Furthermore, Symatrix has the expertise, experience and ISO27001 accreditation that guarantees a service beyond the ordinary, by including unparalleled service level agreements and accurate and timely payments. The Symatrix team has an average of 12 years’ experience of payroll and they process over 250,000 BACS transactions on behalf of their customers.
XCD helps businesses take control of their HR processes with a single-solution HR and Payroll software, which improves efficiency and makes the complex simple. Designed for organisations with over 250 employees XCD keeps all HR and Payroll data and processes in one place, freeing up time to add even more value and make human resources work for the business. As the only single HR and Payroll solution on Force.com, XCD removes the risk associated with integration.
Chris Brooks, Managing Director, Symatrix comments, “We are truly excited about this new partnership with XCD. As part of our growth ambition this enables us to offer our fully managed payroll service, that we have developed based on the exacting demands of large enterprise customers, to a much wider mid-market audience, who can now benefit from the expertise that we have built up over the past decade. Adding the XCD solution to our Payroll portfolio means that we are now the only company in the UK offering outsourced Payroll on the Salesforce Platform and on Oracle HCM Cloud. We are very proud of our service and our customer base and look forward to welcoming more to the fold.”
Chris Mitford-Slade of XCD adds, “We’re excited to be working the Symatrix team, who have proven expertise in both implementing HR and Payroll solutions and providing a Fully Managed Payroll service. The XCD solution was designed as a cloud-based HR and Payroll system that would transform the way businesses deliver HR. It has been built up over many years and now supports over 25,000 users globally. This partnership will enable us to continue scaling the business, set us apart from the competition and provide a wider range of valuable services to our clients.”
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