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  • App Type

    On-premises Application
  • Business Need

  • Works With

    Microsoft Dynamics AX 4, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, Microsoft Dynamics GP 10, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5
  • Industry Focus

    General - Applicable to All

Developed using a  proprietary development framework, DynamicPay is a multi-country, multi-company and multi-platform payroll solution hich integrates with any Microsoft .NET application that uses Microsoft SQL Server as its data store (Dynamics, Office SBA, SharePoint, MSCRM, etc.).

Multi-Country Support

DynamicPay has a single database schema which can accommodate any country’s payroll solution. This single database has been designed to effectively serve as a single repository of all data belonging to multiple payroll solutions of different countries.


DynamicPay can hold calculation rules and customizations that are company-specific for a given country.

Multi-Platform Integration

DynamicPay provides an Application Programming Interface (API) for developers to integrate their payroll solutions to any ERP application based on Microsoft .NET technologies.

Date-Driven Logic

By associating effectivity dates to DynamicPay objects, the system is able to maintain a snapshot of an object’s set up details given a particular period. This concept allows for the user to have multiple versions of the same object to be set up. Through effectivity dates, the payroll rules engine will know when the updated details set up for an object should be used in calculations.

User-Defined Logic

In DynamicPay, the manner by which you set up each object in relation to another determines the output of the pay run process for a particular employee, assigned in a pay package. Through the break-through concept of Attributes in DynamicPay, user-specific rules and requirements may be implemented in the system without changing source code.

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