YULISFAN YULISFAN, Iskandar MUDA, Alexandru Mircea Nedelea


The development and evolution of software related to the payroll process is very important not only with regard to employee databases but also to the compensation of each employee whose data is very confidential, the payment system to be carried out, the accounting journal that can be generated, data security, calculation of income tax as well as employee’s social security, health and pension calculations. This research is to ensure that the impact on the use of software Krishand1Payrollvery helpful in the process of replacing Microsoft Office Excel with various business considerations that are better, more accurate, faster and safer. Themethod in this research uses descriptive methods to explain problems that occur at this time or occur as they should when the research was carried out. Computer-based accounting information system related to payroll, inthis case is done by Krishand1Payroll can help companies to be able to leave processes that are done manually using Microsoft Office Excel and this can improve company performance and data security because of the security access facilities for administrator, application, operator, and data entry functions. And also all calculations and payments become faster and more accurate.


Payroll software, Accounting information system, Krishand1Payroll


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