An analyis of the challenges and respective strategies based on an in- dependent research, written by Alice Anghelea, UCMS Group - The countries from Eastern Europe often stand as problem areas for the Regional Payroll Managers, sometimes even for the Global Payroll Managers. Companies find it difficult to gain visibility into local payroll activities and to implement a standard centralized multi-country payroll model across the region.
The economic importance of the region is increasing and the legislative environment in the Eastern European countries has been evolving. The search for appropriate solutions to tackle every multi-country payroll challenge becomes even more pressing.
In the conditions of hardly recovering post-crisis market most companies decided to cut their IT expenses. In most cases this is natural measure to take for any top manager, as automation of information flow is not the main priority in business processes.
On another hand, any progressive CEO subconsciously understands that the business cannot stand at one place and has to develop in any case. The business has to correspond the demands and challenges created by the progress, and the main guarantee of it are not only adjusted and aligned processes inside your business, but also the speed, accuracy and timeliness of data provision. Exactly for this purpose the automation of Business Process Management (BPM) is needed.
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