DATIS payroll processing software solution is a sophisticated, highly-automated, rule-based payroll engine. As with other components of the DATIS e3 system, the payroll processing foundation is based on position control. As new employees come onboard, they inherit the attributes of the position automatically to avoid errors.
TAX & COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT
Automatic and accurate tax calculations for employees and the organization. Wage garnishments, liens, and other routine payroll deductions are handled automatically.
Automatic tax filing and legislative updates
Analyze data from your browser using powerful standard reports with drill-down detail features. In addition, you have the option to export reports to Excel for external analysis. Complete current and historical payroll reporting for check history, labor history broken out by earnings, taxes, and deductions
FLSA CALCULATIONS & COMPLIANCE
Compliant FLSA calculations for the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour overtime rules. Automatic calculation of complex shift differential, multiple jobs during the week, bonuses, commissions, or any type of additional pay, our engine will consider all payments to the employee and pay the correct amount of overtime.
Audit payroll changes, benefit statements, payroll setup compliance, past and pending tax submissions
Review your payroll results before processing, leverage rich detailed analysis to enable you to spot variances at a glance
Track labor expense across all organizational levels and allocate labor costs with date sensitive tracking
SECONDARY PAY RATE
Compensate employees working in multiple jobs accurately with rule-based calculations, accommodating multiple pay rates, shift differentials and more.
What is Payroll Processing Software?
Rule-based, integrated payroll software is highly automated and designed to simplify labor tracking across organization levels. Automation ensures accurate payment to employees and properly calculates overtime. Data can be used to report labor expenses and manage payroll while integrated with HR functions.