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MYOB sets sights on mid-market with new offering

07 Feb 2017

MYOB has unveiled its new cloud-based mid-market payroll solution, aimed at bigger businesses.

The solution, Advanced People, allows information to flow between functions, reducing duplication of effort, manual data entry and providing real-time business insights for the New Zealand mid-market. 

"We have built a huge amount of convenience and functionality into the Advanced People product to help businesses manage paying their staff,” says MYOB New Zealand general manager Carolyn Luey. 

“In addition, research shows that once a company is using a cloud solution, use of the enterprise resource planning system by employees rises from just over half to almost two-thirds – delivering enormous gains in efficiency and productivity,” she explains.

Built on the same platform of the Advanced Business solution, Luey says together they deliver the fastest growing mid-market platform in Australia and New Zealand.

As a unified solution, it offers the ability to consolidate systems and processes into a single cloud based solution.

“Our cloud strategy means we can service business customers of all sizes. Any business with aspirations to grow should be with MYOB as our services can scale up with them,” says Luey.

Luey says since MYOB Advanced launched two years ago, sales have grown at 170% year on year.

“We’re excited to bring Advanced People to market, and we’re confident it will deliver the same value to our larger business clients,” says Luey

“With the largest ERP partner channel across New Zealand and Australia, MYOB partners are now implementing MYOB Advanced People into client sites with outstanding results,” Luey adds.

MYOB Advanced People is available now through the MYOB partner network.

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