Payroll technology just keeps getting betterCanadian HR Reporter talked to Tony Berardine, general manager of Best Software, about advances in payroll technology. By 11/19/2000|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 06/18/2002 The good news is that new technology allows payroll professionals to add ever more complex tasks (in a more cost-effective manner) to processes. The better news is that new technology is becoming affordable to companies of all sizes.More and more smaller and mid-sized companies have access to powerful tools and processes that were once only affordable for large corporations. Just as the Internet has leveled the playing field in research and e-business, so have today’s new software designs and languages empowered uses of ERP and HRIS payroll systems.Take, for example, the basic task of printing pay stubs and stuffing them into envelopes. Hewlett-Packard has teamed up with Moore, the business form manufacturer, to create a seamless process where stubs are laser printed and sealed in an envelope in one run. Security is improved because the stubs are immediately sealed from prying eyes — always a payroll department worry. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.