Ramco Systems has been ranked a leader in the NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT), which analyses the performance of vendors offering next generation payroll services.
For the 4th consecutive year, Ramco Systems continues to reaffirm its position as a ‘Leader’ in NelsonHall’s NEAT Matrix for Next Generation Payroll Services 2019.
Ramco Systems has been ranked a leader in the NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT), which analyses the performance of vendors offering next generation payroll services. Assessing the capability of vendors across a range of criteria and business situations, Ramco emerged in the ‘Leader’ quadrant in three market segments including overall, as well as with a specific focus on multi-country payroll services and in Asia Pacific.
Pete Tiliakos, Principal HR Technology & Services Analyst, NelsonHall, said, “Ramco has again been identified as a leader for its multi-country payroll capability, enabled through its proprietary platform that can support 45 countries natively, while delivering the ‘next generation’ features companies require to transform their operating models globally. Ramco’s commitment to payroll innovation is both apparent in the advancing digital capabilities it continues to bring to market, and was further validated by consistently high client satisfaction ratings for both current performance and the ability to meet future requirements”.
Commenting on the recognition, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “It’s indeed a great recognition to consistently be positioned as a leader in NelsonHall’s NEAT Matrix for Payroll Services. Trusted by Fortune 500 and Global MNCs, Ramco HCM with Global Payroll has become the fastest growing business unit at Ramco, boasting a revenue growth rate of 41% CAGR (over the last 5 years).”
According to NelsonHall, the global payroll services market is predicted to grow at 4.4% CAAGR and will reach ~$24.6bn by 2023. Multi-country payroll will grow at nearly 5x the rate of single country services, with a ~24% share of the overall market by 2023. Interestingly, multi-country payroll adoption will continue to be driven by demand for modernized, globally consolidated, compliant, and consistent payroll, with vendors differentiating through digital transformation enablers like RPA, AI/ML, predictive analytics and more.
“This recognition is a testament to the focused efforts we have been investing in newer technologies that bring value to our clients. Ramco’s Global Payroll platform infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML), and bundled with intuitive features like Chatbots, Voice based transactions and Multidimensional Hubs have been key drivers enabling clients move up the digital maturity curve” added Aggarwal.