The future of payroll: ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION

Next-Gen Capabilities for Your Payroll Function


What percentage of your payroll activities will soon be automated? What tasks are most likely to be automated, and which will continue to require human intervention? 

In Payroll, apprehension towards automation and robotics is high among directors, managers, and practitioners alike. But is it justified?

Professionals’ uneasiness towards automation stems partially from an understanding gap around its benefits. When the most time-consuming manual tasks and activities of a function become automated, employees’ focus shifts to higher-value functions – ultimately enabling them to deliver a higher level of performance to the business. For evidence, payroll stakeholders must only look to other industries and job functions that have been enhanced by the application of robotics, automation, and shared services

As Payroll moves into a more automated era, payroll teams have the opportunity to evolve (and to make themselves more efficient, accurate, and strategically valuable to the enterprise). To make that happen, multinational organizations must equip the payroll function with a next-generation toolset capable of managing payroll in a more sophisticated, data-driven way.

During this webinar, you will hear about:

  • How the concepts of automation, robotics, and AI exist on a spectrum from simple to complex
  • Examples of how robotic process automation (RPA) and AI are helping to improve or elevate (not eliminate) highly specialized job roles, business functions, and industries
  • Insight into the international payroll, data integrity, and staffing/resourcing issues that can be minimized with more efficient, automated payroll tools and services
  • Discussion of the future of Payroll, and how applying standardized global processes and workflows can help elevate the ROI and business value Payroll delivers to the enterprise

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Brian Radin is the President of CloudPay, the next generation payroll solution for multinational businesses with complex global payroll requirements. Brian is responsible for all revenue-generating activities, strategic partnerships and business strategy. He is an accomplished executive, bringing more than two decades of leadership experience and a track record of enhancing results for multiple leading organizations, primarily within human capital.

Brian has founded four start-ups including a global payroll software company, a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) and an employment and income technology platform as well as roles with Comcast, Booz & Co., and Aon Hewitt. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School, an MS from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. Brian is a former member of the Advisory Board of Total Leadership at the Wharton School and Unleashed, a New York social justice program for girls.

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With more than 20 years’ experience in outsourcing and the HR services industry, Julie Fernandez, Director, has led clients through some of TPI’s most complex global assessments and transactions. Julie recently developed the industry’s only Global Payroll Filtering Tool and Methodology and leads global clients in their evaluation of HR technology and service sourcing alternatives.

She is responsible for all of ISG’s HR/Payroll intellectual property and for staying current with the HR and Payroll market and service provider capabilities around the world.