Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau is designed to help you process payroll tasks simultaneously across all clients and makes being compliant with Auto Enrolment legislation as simple as possible. And now with Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau Manager* you get a simple way of managing your clients.
*features of Sage 50cloud Payroll Bureau Manger, a customisable dashboard which you can download for free. Request a call back
Connect to your clients through the Sage Online Bureau, a secure and automated cloud portal, and stay in control of all of the client data you hold. Manage your end to end payroll processes securely online; automating the flow of data between you and your clients through a secure portal; it’s more productive, more effective, more secure, and is also part of our ongoing commitment to deliver GDPR-ready solutions to you.
Manage every interaction with your clients efficiently and securely, every step of the way.
Payroll Data Entry – your clients and their employees are able to log into the online portal and submit hours worked securely and easily anytime, anywhere.
Online Payslips & P60s – you can give your clients and their employees secure online access to their payslip and P60 information at the touch of a button, safe in the knowledge that they will be stored securely and password protected by the employee. This supports you and your practice in preparation for the GDPR.
Online documents – the ability to store your clients’ and their employee payroll documents within the cloud securely. Clients and their employees can then login to the password protected portal to view their documents and self-serve when they need them. Examples of documents include: P32s, reports, employee contracts.
Supporting payroll data entry:
Supporting data output:
If you already have a Sage Business Cloud licence including Accounting, Payroll, Cloud Compliance, 50cloud Accounts and 50cloud Payroll or purchase a minimum of one unit, you are eligible to receive free access to Sage Accountant Cloud for up to 5 users.
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