Businesses use the SAP payroll system to manage payroll and human resources activities. The system facilitates calculation of gross and net pay as derived from an employee's remuneration, benefits and deductions information. It also allows businesses to compute payroll taxes and generate standard payroll reports.
The SAP payroll system enables businesses to take care of the entire functionality of the payroll process, including maintaining employee data, processing salaries, generating payslips and distributing salaries to employees. Businesses can easily integrate the system with third-party applications and components such as personnel administration and accounting to streamline business processes. Among the features of the system is the ability to include benefits and deductions for tax. The system has a tax reporting component that allows businesses to generate all the necessary state and federal tax reports and forms.
Businesses may use the system to generate checks and direct deposits and store results of all payroll calculations in one place using secure methods. The system optimizes data monitoring and reconciliation, assisting organizations to increase the efficiency of payroll processing, reduce errors and improve payroll accuracy. Businesses can also use the Payroll Areas feature of the system to group employees according to the cycle and frequency of payment. This feature enables them to perform payroll activates separately for different employee groups at different times of the month.