5 Key Questions to Ask Before Implementing New Payroll Software in RiyadhMenaItech

The process of implementing new payroll software in Riyadh can be an intimidating one, especially if software implementations in the past did not go smoothly. If you are considering switching to a new payroll solutions provider, make sure to ask them the following five questions regarding their implementation approach before making a final decision:

  • Will a Dedicated Team of Implementation Professionals Assist Us?

Ideally, you would want to have one or more implementation professionals assist you in making the switch.  These individuals will address your questions, guide you through what you will need to do and ensure the transition to the new payroll software in Riyadh goes smoothly.

  • How Long is the Implementation Process?

This will be dependent upon the number of software products you are looking to implement and your unique configurations, if any.  However, in most cases, implementations are completed in a period of 10 to 14 weeks.

  • Will Our Implementation Team Help Us Determine Requirements?

Your implementation professional(s) should help you determine the configuration requirements of your new payroll software in Riyadh, and provide an accurate timeline for the implementation phase. In addition, your business must define what success looks like by documenting your expectations (project success plan), and referring back to them once your software is live.

  • How Can We Check the Status of Our Implementation?

It is understood that keeping up with the status of your implementation is crucial to its success, and for this communication is key! To make this easier, some payroll vendors provide cloud-based project management portals, which would allow you to monitor the progress of your implementation.

  • Will There be a Final Review Before ‘Going Live’?

Lastly, good payroll vendors always offer to assess the outcomes of all the deliverables you have highlighted in your project success plan before the software becomes operational. This will enable you to identify and rectify any errors before you process your first payroll.

If your payroll software vendor provides you with answers to the aforementioned questions, you can rest assured that the implementation of your new payroll software will be as smooth and hassle-free as possible.