The processing of an organisation’s payroll must be as efficient and cost effective. With the complexity and burden of the current legislative environment and the requirement for detailed reporting, even the smallest of companies can enjoy a cost benefit to the implementation of a computerised payroll system.
The Shireburn Payroll System consists of four main modules:
While adherence to the local legislation and the ability to meet the ever changing regulations is a necessary component of any payroll system, it is essential that it is easy to process, reliable and streamlined, ensuring minimum reliance on valuable resources.
This is where the Shireburn Payroll System
(SPS) scores over its competitors. SPS offers a wide range of functionality capable of handling the payroll and HR function of organisations from the smallest to the largest. SPS is also straight forward and streamlined in its operation, making the whole payroll process quick and flexible. Functionality in the basic module includes:
- Maintenance of employee details
- Payroll and union payment calculations,
- Leave management,
- Social Security and PAYE contribution calculations,
- Extensive reporting including statutory FSS templates
- Payslips, production
- Analysis by department, section / unit
- Payment processing; direct credits or cheques.
WinSPS is fully compliant with the requirements of the Department of Inland Revenue, the Department of Social Security and the Employment and Training Corporation inclusive of treatment of tax due under the Final Settlement System (FSS) method of tax calculation and tax arrears and the Fringe Benefits legislation.
For further information or for a full demonstration, contact us on 2131 9977 or via email@example.com
Keep your software updated
Shireburn Software provides regular updates to its software continuing to enhance its functionality. Updates are done through the Internet as each user logs in. This reduces administration effort and ensures the latest version of software is in use.
Pentium 4 with minimum 256MB RAM (preferably 512MB) running Microsoft Windows 2000, XP or Vista.