ADP Rolls Out Re-Imagined UX
ADP announced a new user experience across ADP's entire product portfolio. According to the company, the new experience transforms traditionally cumbersome human resources processes to provide employees a simple and personalized experience from recruitment to onboarding. ADP's solution, according to the company, is a consumer-grade and social experience that enables greater employee self-service, which provides employers with more efficient HR processes.
The new ADP "experience" will deliver significant new features for employers and their employees including an interactive payroll experience, a quick way to share pay and tax statements, a retail-like comparison shopping experience, and instant access to work schedules.
"The new ADP experience is representative of our vision for an intuitive and fully integrated employee and employer experience that drives employee engagement and free HR resources to focus on strategic business priorities," said Carlos Rodriguez, President and CEO of ADP.
Visit www.adp.com to learn more.
Avalara Unveils Five-Minute
Sales Tax Return
Avalara announced a major update to its TrustFile;® tax return offering that will, according to the company, cut the time to prepare sales tax returns to as little as five minutes. Businesses of all sizes can get fully populated signature-ready tax return forms based on a simple upload of their sales and tax collection data. TrustFile Online currently provides detailed sales tax reporting information for thousands of customers to access where, when, and how much to file.
"This is another major advance from Avalara for businesses of all sizes," said Scott McFarlane, CEO of Avalara.
Visit www.avalara.com to learn more.
Extends Freight-Payment Trade Finance Capability to Europe
U.S. Bank announced it is expanding its industry-leading freight-payment trade finance service into Europe. Through its subsidiary, Elavon Freight Payment said the bank will allow shippers to hold onto their cash longer while accelerating payment to their carriers. According to the company, the offering provides an automated solution for some of Europe's most labor intensive freight-payment processing needs, including VAT support and consolidated invoice processing.
A division of U.S. Bank's Corporate Payments business, Elavon Freight Payment gives users greater visibility into their global transportation spend and more complete, timely data with which to make business decisions. In addition to improving processing efficiencies for European shipping operations, the expanded system reduces costs by automating manual processing and optimizing cash flow.
Visit www.usbank.com to learn more.