This model captures leading market characteristics and stages of innovation for the next three to five years in order to aid executives, managers and practitioners in planning SPM initiatives that best match corporate needs and capacities for implementing new technologies.
SPM solutions are becoming attractive, not only because early adopters are achieving success, but also because there is increasing pressure on compensation teams to deliver more. Organizations are demanding more than just accurate commission statements that are delivered on time. They need visibility, analysis and oversight into the entire variable compensation process; increasingly, they are relying on their sales operations, compensation and cross-functional teams to provide more sophisticated insights into what is working and what isn't.
Published By: Comdata
Published Date: Nov 28, 2011
When it comes to payroll, many companies are no longer choosing paper over plastic. Today's paperless payroll programs have become a variable option for many employers. These programs complement direct deposit and reduce payroll expenses; they also offer added convenience to unbanked employees by offering them immediate access to funds on payday. Paperless payroll programs deliver value to employers and employees alike, and the key to achieving a thriving, effective program is all in how you roll it out to your employees. If your company is planning to implement a paycard program, consider the four simple steps to launch a successful program.
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