By Spencer Yarnell Head of Spreading the Herd Word
This is for the folks who like it old school. The folks who have stood by a winning system with winning service. This is a post where I say kudos to you iPayroll users! You believed in iproducts before there was an Ipod or Ipad or I(insert word here). We’re still secretly making millions off the name patent.
We love you. Now change.
Sounds harsh I know, but like the cavalry charge as a modern military tactic, certain systems and processes should be updated, for everyone’s sake. Yes, we’re talking about converting from iPayroll to our new online Everest system.
“But why?” You cry. “Things have always been so good! And well, why the heck would I waste time learning a new system?” Here’s why a grizzled payroll vet (or administrator whichever you prefer) might want to switch to Everest:
1. No Waiting On Us: With Everest you can run reports, submit your payrun and pretty much do everything under the sun without waiting for us. Midnight payroll here we come!
2. Faster System: Plain and simple, Everest is a faster more powerful system.
3. Free Training: Free quality time with Super Geek Raissa. Worth it. (Also you have to worry less about getting used to the system)
4. Same Fantastic Service: Still want to do as little payroll as possible? No problem! Kevin and the crew will be happy to make your payroll dance for you!
So I guess there’s a little time investment in changing systems but with the added benefits of Everest its worth it in the long run to make the switch now. Alpine is well-versed in these conversions so you can expect a smooth changeover.
If you have any questions about converting or maybe starting up a new Everest Payroll account call (204) 478-3707 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IBEX Payroll extends our profound respect and immeasurable gratitude to all the ancestors and keepers of the land on whose traditional territories our work takes place. We acknowledge that we are on Treaty 1 territory, the traditional gathering place of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene people and the traditional homeland of the Métis people. This land is sacred, historical, and significant.
Every time we acknowledge this truth, we have an invitation and an opportunity to reflect on the wrongs of the past, what we do in the present, and what we can do to continually honour the people whose lands and water we benefit from today.
This statement only acts as a first step in honouring the land we reside on and its peoples, and must be paired with education, understanding and informed action.