September 20, 2013

Moorepay becomes finalist for coveted payroll award

Moorepay is a finalist for one of the most prestigious payroll awards in Britain.

Some of the most innovative, forward-thinking payroll and HR providers will gather at the Millennium Hotel, Mayfair, London, for the ceremony of the highly acclaimed Payroll World Awards, held on 24 October 2013.

As a leading provider of payroll and HR solutions, Moorepay has been selected for the coveted ‘Specialist Payroll Provider Award’, a reflection of the growth and on-going success following the launch of Moorepayhr.

Moorepay has been able to provide additional value to more than 1500 UK businesses since launching Moorepayhr last year. The cloud based solution is versatile, flexible and is designed to completely eliminate many frustrating admin issues that businesses have to deal with on a day to day basis. It’s not just the adoption rates of Moorepayhr which are rapid – an average new client is up and running in just a few days.

Gary Boyes, Director at Moorepay, said: “It’s great news that we have been shortlisted as a finalist for the prestigious Payroll World Awards. This is true recognition for the Moorepay team who have managed to add so much value to UK businesses.

“We now have more than 1500 businesses enjoying the benefits of improved HR & payroll processes and thousands of employees who can now perform simple tasks such as booking holidays and viewing payslips via The Cloud.”

With judges including the Payroll Manager of Harrods, Sophia Baker, Payroll Specialist for Jaguar Land Rover, Dianne Hoodless, and HMRC Payroll Specialist, Phil Nilson, the Payroll World Awards is the one of the industry’s leading and most exciting events.

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