to design YOUR payroll model?
PAYD makes it easy to onboard, pay, manage and support your valued team. Here's why:
Secure and PrivatePAYD delivers compliant Payroll and HR solutions hosted on modern frameworks to give you peace of mind that your data is accurate and secure.
Enterprise Features without the costs.No longer does enterprise level functionality only be available to big businesses, we provideand support a range of technology, and integrate with existing systems where needed.
Integrated and in-sync with your businessBy using industry-leading tools,technology and dedicated support, we can help you and your business succeed with all things payroll and HR.
Driven By Payroll Experts Who Love Tech
Our solutions are delivered by people who live and breathe payroll. We know what needs to be done, and manage the technology accordingly for ultimate payroll success!
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Where is PAYD based and operated?
Where is PAYD based and operated? PAYD is an Australian based business headquartered out of Perth, Western Australia. As a modern online business, our staff use a combination of office and remote based work environments throughout Australia, but rest assured, our customers are always serviced to the highest of standards.
How long does it take to get setup?
It may depend on the model you prefer, complexity of payroll, and resource/data availability at your end, but typically: 1-5 employees = 1 week. (or a couple of hours if you want!) 6-20 employees = 3 weeks 21-50 employees = 6 weeks 51- 200 employees = 8 weeks But hey, if you have urgent needs, we can always look to accomodate and help out wherever we can! The above times can be reduced dramatically if we wanted to peform a 'sprint'.
Where is our data stored?
All data is hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 virtual servers, in the AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) region.
What are your contract terms?
Always open for negotiation, but normally a 12 month term is signed. This usually suits both parties nicely. If 'no minimum term' is required, this may add or increase certain implementation or service fees.