UAE Exchange launches payroll solution in Bahrain
Manama, May 24, 2012
Smart Pay, a payroll solution from UAE Exchange, which provides convenient payroll management and salary disbursal for organisations and easy salary collection for their employees, has been launched in Bahrain.
'Payroll management will now be a hassle-free process for organisations in Bahrain,' said UAE exchange vice-president of global operations Promoth Manghat at the launch of Smart Pay, which complies with all labour laws of the government.
Smart Pay will offer an easy salary disbursal solution for organisations across Bahrain.
It also enables the employees of these organisations to collect their salaries from any branch of the UAE Exchange network across the kingdom, thus bringing value to both employers and their employees.
'Smart Pay is a class leading payroll service, among a diverse range of products which UAE Exchange offers for its customers,' Manghat said.
'This payroll solution, which was a huge success in the UAE market, will enhance the convenience of companies in terms of their payroll management in Bahrain too while it brings ease of salary collection and other value to the employees of these partnering companies,' he added.
'UAE Exchange has always strived to bring more convenience to its customers,' said UAE Exchange Bahrain country head Deepak Nair.
'The launch of this state-of-the-art payroll solution is yet another milestone for us. We have leveraged the UAE Exchange branch network to the advantage of the employees of the organisations partnering with us over Smart Pay.
'They can walk in to any of the 11 branches across the kingdom and collect their salaries, promptly.
'Employees can also take advantage of various services offered at our counters, like remittance, foreign exchange and bill payments,' he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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