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WorkSafe Select Agilyx New Zealand

WorkSafe Select Agilyx New Zealand for new Payroll and Human Resources Information System

New Zealand’s workplace health and safety regulator, WorkSafe New Zealand, has chosen Agilyx New Zealand for the provision of a new Payroll and Human Resources Information System (HRIS) to replace their current solution.

WorkSafe chose Agilyx to implement and support their Payroll and HRIS solution from Tier 1 ERP vendor Unit4, underscoring the worldwide provider’s place as a leader in enterprise applications. Agilyx, the leading Unit4 partner in Australasia, will be implementing the agile Unit4 Business World HR & Payroll solution that provides up-to-date analytics, integrates with WorkSafe’s financial systems and can easily be changed to meet the needs of the dynamic environment of the public sector. The configurability of Unit4 Business World was a selling point, as well as the multiple position handling, true date-effective payroll processing, and full Holidays Act compliance.

WorkSafe’s Unit4 Business solution will be deployed on Agilyx’s ISO27001-certified cloud environment giving WorkSafe the confidence that its data will be held securely with high levels of reliability – an important factor for WorkSafe and its 550 employees.

Agilyx New Zealand’s Managing Director, Tim Bird, commented,
“We’re proud to be selected by WorkSafe New Zealand to provide its Payroll and HRIS solution. WorkSafe joins other respected organisations such as the New Zealand Post Group and the Queensland Government in partnering with Agilyx to realise the potential of Unit4 Business World.”

Agilyx will provide a ‘single source of truth’ for WorkSafe’s payroll and human resources information replacing legacy systems that WorkSafe inherited upon its establishment.


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