Global power supplier invests in Accsys

January 2009 News

Cummins, a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service engines and related technologies, has partnered with Accsys as part of the company’s campaign to roll out a global Oracle HRMS application and consolidate dispersed payroll applications in the region.

The decision to work with select payroll service providers in specific regions is partly because of legislation, but also to ensure that while payrolls can be processed on the locally developed system, the data is fully integrated into the overall One Source system.

“Cummins commented that the Accsys system features functionality and benefits as well as features they have found effective and easy to use,” says Teryl Schroenn, CEO at Accsys.

Aivars Pavluks, project manager at One Source, says, “Cummins rely on the local vendors to provide the regional payroll solution. Our goal is to automate the data transfer between Oracle HRMS system and local payroll solution. By doing this we meet multiple objectives, including compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and Segregation of Duties policies, which are officially and formally audited.

“We only have to deal with one interface and we are saving on cost of maintenance of not having to develop many different interfaces to many different payroll systems. We can also unify business processes, process payrolls from a single location to various countries and utilise resources more efficiently. Accsys met all our requirements and was an obvious choice for a technology partner.”





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