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Infographic: Outsourcing Global Payroll: Getting Ahead on Employee Experience, Data Security, and Compliance

Getting global payroll right is mission-critical, and a significant share of the responsibility for it falls on CIOs, naturally. Absent order for the enterprise software ecosystem touching global payroll, so much can go wrong. This profoundly affects an organization’s people. The infographic here delves into the specifics around outsourcing global payroll—the seven warning signs that you should do, the three major upsides for your organization, and more. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance.

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Market Alert: Immedis Pay Reengineers the Way Companies Remit Cross-Border Payments to Employees, Tax Authorities, and Statutory Third Parties

What Happened In mid-July 2021, Immedis announced the availability of Immedis Pay, an automated solution for organizations to manage cross-border payments to their beneficiaries, including employees, tax authorities, and statutory third parties. Built on the foundation of everywhere-local expertise in global payroll, Immedis Pay gives companies local payments expertise across the globe to simplify payments, increase accuracy, and eliminate challenges with compliance. Cost savings from the use of Immedis’ network of API-connected local payment network providers and banking partners are significant. Immedis Pay currently delivers 99.98 percent error-free payments in 145 currencies across more than 200 countries. Background As part of its global payroll offering, Immedis has been expediting payments for customers since the vendor’s inception in 2016. The coincident expertise and global reach put […]

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Channel Fish Anatomy of a Decision SAP Business One

The first decade of the 2000s saw a sea change in IT  spending. Until about 2009, spending oversight was starkly different from what it has become at most companies today. Chief Information Officers were generally happy to sign off on anything that stayed within their budget, so IT departments were free to make the technological and system decisions they thought would be best since they would be supporting that technology should anything go wrong. In the last decade or so, however, there’s been a shift. It’s far more common today for every purchase decision to go through finance and other departments, involving colleagues who may be unfamiliar with the provider or the ultimate use of the system and potentially slowing the adoption process (3Sixty Insights […]

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Research Agenda: Finance Research Practice H2 2021

Companies have benefitted from rapid deployment of cloud-based ERP. “Customization” once delayed legacy implementations, but now “Low/No Code” environments enable personalization and better adaptation to unique business requirements. As AI, IoT, and other acronym-rich trends increase the pace of change, rapid system updates and increased leverage of available capabilities become more and more valuable. Putting predictive, intelligent, and mobile capabilities into the hands of front-line resources will further increase the payoff. The Financials and ERP practice at 3Sixty Insights plans to explore these and other themes over the next 12 months: Concrete vs. Abstract Finance: A New Way for Organizations to Look at ERP Enterprise Structure vs Line-of-Business Initiatives: Achieving Balance in Location of Power Suite vs Point Solutions vs Specialized Systems: Where Should Finance […]

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Research Agenda: Finance Research Practice 2021

Companies have benefitted from rapid deployment of cloud-based ERP. “Customization” once delayed legacy implementations, but now “Low/No Code” environments enable personalization and better adaptation to unique business requirements. As AI, IoT, and other acronym-rich trends increase the pace of change, rapid system updates and increased leverage of available capabilities become more and more valuable. Putting predictive, intelligent, and mobile capabilities into the hands of front-line resources will further increase the payoff. The Financials and ERP practice at 3Sixty Insights plans to explore these and other themes over the next 12 months: Concrete vs. Abstract Finance: A New Way for Organizations to Look at ERP Seeing Through the Haze: Where is Real Value in the Cloud? Data vs Information: The Rise of Analytics Enterprise Structure vs […]

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News of the New World | Move Over Bitcoin—Robux Rising

Since Hewlett and Packard first redefined the garage, billionaire new-tech superstars have taken on a succession of cultural fixtures. The vaunted Sears and Roebuck catalog is now Amazon. Both Encyclopedia Britannica and Rand McNally are now Google. And everything from town criers to daily newspapers is now found on Twitter, Facebook, and the like. One similarity among these cultural sea changers is that they’re continually pushing the “real world” ever towards a digital doppelganger. Deeply in that spirit, David Baszucki joins Hewlett, Packard, Gates, Jobs, Bezos, Page, Brin, Zuckerberg, Dorsey, Musk, et al. etc. ad infinitum in the pantheon of new-tech billionaires. But where predecessors have repeatedly erased real-world institutions and interactions, Baszucki’s Roblox is firmly embracing them in an entirely new way. Not your […]

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