IH Payroll Extension for Zoho Books (Australia, NZ and UK)
IH Payroll integrates Zoho Books with KeyPay and Zoho People for efficient payroll management.
KeyPay is a cloud payroll software that tracks expenses, rosters, time-sheets, pay runs, and leave, with pre-built modern awards that help you stay compliant by automating all pay rate calculations for Australia, New Zealand and UK. Additionally, the employee self-service portal module allows the staff to submit leaves, view shifts, and create time-sheets through any device.
Zoho Books is an all-inclusive accounting software that records all your expenses, payments, and other financial data in one place. Zoho People, on the other hand, is a cloud-based HR software that manages your human resource needs such as attendance management, employee database and more. The sync with Keypay can be with Zoho Books or Zoho People or with both as required.
Effortlessly sync various Zoho People modules with KeyPay like Employees, Location, Leaves, Time-sheet, and Expenses. You can also sync your Journal data from KeyPay software with Zoho Books by selecting the organisation and journal account. Also, timesheets from KeyPay can be synced to Zoho People to enable automatic invoices of clients.
IH Payroll includes a "white-label" account to KeyPay (for Australia, NZ and UK) so no need to pay for that separately per user.
Easily customise mapping between KeyPay, Zoho People and Zoho Books including:
- Employee Details
- Employee Leave
- Employee Rosters
- Employee Expenses Module
KeyPay Access control ensures that only the authorised people within your organisation see the payroll information. Depending on roles and responsibilities of individuals in your organisation, the level of information can be modified as required.
KeyPay offer the use of a secure server. All supplied sensitive/credit information is transmitted using the latest 256-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology and then encrypted into their payment gateway provider's database only to be accessible by those authorised with special access rights to such systems, and are required to keep the information confidential. 256-bit SSL encryption is the industry standard.