The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) offers a range of audit and assurance services to Parliament and Commonwealth entities. Switching to Aurion has benefited ANAO threefold – they streamlined payroll and HR processes, saved resources while reducing costs.
Australian National Audit Office
ANAO is a government agency comprised of approximately 400 employees focussed on providing specialist audit and assurance services to various Parliament and Commonwealth entities. They wanted to move away from a previous payroll and HR platform they were using which ran on old servers which posed the risk of losing data. ANAO were looking for a value for money solution that was fit for purpose for a small Australian Public Service (APS) entity.
Transforming ANAO’s payroll technology
After evaluating a number of vendors, ANAO chose Aurion Aurion People & Payroll Solutions because they knew Aurion was an established, reliable partner for other well-known government agencies.
“Aurion presented as the best value for money. It already offered solutions for APS agencies from which we knew we could benefit. Aurion had a large number of APS clients so we knew the solution was fit for our purposes. We liked the SaaS solution as it meant we could get rid of our hardware.”
Aurion and ANAO underwent a detailed scoping workshop to better understand ANAO’s unique requirements. ANAO’s solution included Aurion core payroll software. Aurion’s team of technical experts built, tested and refined their solution to suit the needs of ANAO which ensured a successful Go-Live with minimal disruption to ANAO’s operations.
Since ANAO’s successful implemention of Aurion core application in 2015, the company has expanded their Aurion solution to add talent management software features and Business Process Automations. Their allin-one Aurion solution has evolved to deliver improved processes, cost savings and more opportunities to innovate.
“I imagine that the more we use the system the more ways we will find to introduce new innovations, new processes and procedures, new ways to integrate tasks/activities.”