Salarium Makes Payroll Systems Easier

Some companies’ human resource (HR) and the accounting department spend so much time working on its employees’ payroll. It will take them several hours or even days to review it; yet they still receive complaints from employees especially those doing payrolls manually.

However, this problem will soon be gone as Salarium offers an affordable and complete end-to-end payroll solution that allows companies of different sizes to compute their respective payrolls in just a few clicks.

With Salarium, a payroll processing software that keeps track of all the company’s manpower movements, HR officers would only spend half the time they usually need to get things done.

This was the case for Donna Campogan, the finance officer for engineering and construction support firm TecSurge.

As with any disruptive tech company, TecSurge’s team in the Philippines aims for efficient operations with a lean team. Campogan shared that when they started using Salarium to process all manpower related documents and tracking systems, the entire process became much easier.

“We used to do all these HR-related processes for two days, complete with filed overtime. Now, we’ve cut that to half a day,” Campogan disclosed during a business roundtable event held at Seda Ayala Center, Cebu last July 18 together with Salarium CEO Judah Hirsch and Solutions Consultant Karl Panahon.

Campogan also added that with Salarium, she no longer has to modify anything. Once their needed reports, documents, and tracking requirements are programmed into the software, they only need to select which function they had to make reports or submissions for

Salarium was even more beneficial to the employees. In Cebu, Salarium’s payroll disbursement method is a convenient electronic wallet that makes transactions, shopping, and online banking easier for employees. 

“They pay everything through SALPay, especially since fund transfers and online shopping is now so easy and even more convenient,” adds Campogan. 

Salarium also helped the company’s finance team as well as its employees when it comes to loans and cash advances.

Despite the help they got from Salarium, Campogan said she never felt like her role was diminished.

“I don’t think automation services like Salarium take away jobs — they take away the unnecessary stress of it,” she emphasized, citing how efficient and more accurate their operations have become.

“The team is lean, but now it feels like the work we are doing is more meaningful because we get to examine our departments and see where else we can improve,” she added.

Salarium’s office in Cebu just opened this year and has already provided systems solutions to several local hotels, resorts, and business processing outsourcing (BPO) companies.

Meanwhile, the fear of technology is crippling Filipinos from fully appreciating the convenience of automation. To address this fear of the inevitable change, a new trend in fast-paced industries has emerged — reskilling. 

Photojournalist for the Freeman Newspaper/ Philippine Star from 2000-2008. Became a sportswriter for Cebu Daily News in 2008 and tested her mitten in news writing with Inquirer Visayas as well. In 2010, worked as a sportswriter for Sunstar Cebu until 2015. Currently working as an Operations Manager for Performance360 Global Services in Cordova. A part-time photojournalism Instructor at USJR, an officer of Cordova Chamber of Commerce, and the president of the Press Photographers of the Philippines- Cebu

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