When selecting a payroll and HR solution, organisations have a huge number of choices.
Some vendors combine different pieces of software to create a single solution, whereas a handful of others provide fully integrated single products. Sometimes, vendors will even promote their multiple software solution as their own – a process known as white-labelling.
But how can you really tell if you are dealing with a single solution vendor or a single vendor offering multiple products as one? Which is the best approach?
Join Nick Southcombe, CEO of Frontier Software and Rob McKie, Partner / Executive Director at Pitcher Partners as they examine this topical issue. During the webinar, we will discuss:
- The differences between a single solution and multiple product solutions
- The advantages and drawbacks of each
- What to consider when assessing single vs multiple product solutions
- How to identify if your vendor offers a single solution
This webinar is essential viewing for those assessing or searching for a payroll and HR solution. We look forward to your company.
View the webinar here
Nick Southcombe is Chief Executive Officer at Frontier Software; a role he has held since 2007. Leveraging nearly four decades of experience, Nick has overseen the development of the Frontier Software brand to the enviable market position it occupies today.
Nick is committed to building an exceptional client-focussed enterprise. He drives a corporate culture where business improvement, innovation, quality and employee engagement are deeply connected with customer satisfaction.
Rob McKie is a Partner/ Executive Director in the Consulting Division at Pitcher Partners Melbourne. Rob has extensive experience in a wide range of business and IT consulting services, having run his own consulting business for more than 18 years.
Rob has been the Project Director on several business system procurement projects within the Health and NFP sectors. Rob will also provide subject matter expertise around sourcing strategy and has experience in large IT software and infrastructure contract negotiation.