P&N Bank rolls out Ramco’s HCM system across Western Australia P&N Bank rolls out Ramco’s HCM system across Western Australia

P&N Bank rolls out Ramco’s HCM system across Western Australia
14 May 2018

P&N Bank is rolling out an end-to-end human capital management (HCM) system across all of its branches in Western Australia, including its head office and customer support centre in Perth.

The Western Australian member-owned retail bank has signed an agreement with enterprise software provider Ramco Systems to introduce core HR, global payroll, time & attendance, talent management, recruitment and analytics applications. P&N employees will be able to access it remotely using their mobile devices.

Ramco’s HCM system will be integrated with P&N’s existing legacy applications and also enable staff to undertake self-service transactions such as applying for leave, obtaining payslip information and managing meetings through a chatbot.

The move is intended to ready the bank for compliance with Single Touch Payroll reporting, which comes into effect from 1 July 2018. It will require Australian employers with 20 or more employees to report their tax and pension information to the Australian Taxation Office electronically.

Emma Woollacott

Emma Woollacott is a freelance business journalist. Her work has appeared in a wide range of publications, including the Guardian, the Times, Forbes and the BBC.

P&N Bank is rolling out an end-to-end human capital management (HCM) system across all of its branches in Western Australia, including its head office and customer support centre in Perth.

The Western Australian member-owned retail bank has signed an agreement with enterprise software provider Ramco Systems to introduce core HR, global payroll, time & attendance, talent management, recruitment and analytics applications. P&N employees will be able to access it remotely using their mobile devices.

Ramco’s HCM system will be integrated with P&N’s existing legacy applications and also enable staff to undertake self-service transactions such as applying for leave, obtaining payslip information and managing meetings through a chatbot.

The move is intended to ready the bank for compliance with Single Touch Payroll reporting, which comes into effect from 1 July 2018. It will require Australian employers with 20 or more employees to report their tax and pension information to the Australian Taxation Office electronically.

Emma Woollacott

Emma Woollacott is a freelance business journalist. Her work has appeared in a wide range of publications, including the Guardian, the Times, Forbes and the BBC.

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