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Apr 2022

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BrightPay Customer Update: April 2022

Welcome to BrightPay's April update. Our most important news this month include:


Keep your payroll data safe from harm's way  

Whether you manually back up your payroll data or don’t back up your data at all, it’s important to consider the risks involved. With BrightPay Connect, your clients' payroll data is automatically backed up to the cloud every 15 minutes, with a chronological history of these backups kept for you to restore at any time.  


Free Webinar: Increase your business’ efficiency with flexible same-day payments

Our integration with direct payments platform Modulr, offers you the flexibility to schedule payments in advance and make same-day payments when processed before 2 pm. Join our upcoming webinar on 7th April to find out more about Modulr and how to offer payments as a service to your clients. 


Make your payroll bureau stand out

In a world where customers have infinite choices, it’s important to stand out from the crowd. There are many factors which employers take into consideration when outsourcing their payroll to an accountant, such as security, compliance and reliability. In this guide, we examine the impact that cloud platforms have on these factors, and how you can differentiate yourself in the industry.  


Supercharge your payroll workflow

From automatic data backups and annual leave management to employer dashboards and employee apps – cloud platforms can enhance your entire payroll workflow. Discover how by downloading our free guide.


5 payroll mistakes to avoid

Mistakes happen – whether it’s due to human error, non-compliance or untrained staff. In our recent blog post, we go through five common mistakes to avoid when running payroll, along with two solutions to prevent these mistakes from happening again. 

Posted byHolly McHughinCustomer Update