The Importance Of Strong Business Partners
In today’s cutthroat business arena, mere vendor-client relationships won’t cut it. It’s time to break free and forge robust partnerships that fuel innovation, collaboration, and success. In this blog, we will speak about the importance of strong business partners.
Think about it: when great minds merge, magic happens. That’s why at JA, we champion strong business partnerships that ignite fresh ideas, ingenious problem-solving, and out-of-the-box thinking. By joining forces and leveraging our collective strengths, JA and our partners tap into new markets, attract a broader customer base, and even share marketing costs for exponential growth.
But that’s not all. To stay ahead of the game, your contractor accounting and payroll software provider must align with trade associations that monitor compliance, transparency, and reliability. And don’t forget about the power of partnerships with payslip checkers like SafeRec, ensuring accuracy and regulation adherence.
Now, picture this: by teaming up with businesses from diverse industries, you shield yourself from industry-specific risks and unlock new customer segments. Strong partnerships fuel your market positioning and give you a competitive edge. It is the perfect recipe to combine your unique expertise, capabilities, and strengths, setting you apart from the competition and amplifying your brand visibility, credibility, and market recognition.
Here’s the bottom line: in the ever-changing business landscape, JA has experienced first-hand how strong partnerships deliver countless benefits. They inspire creativity, establish market dominance, and fuel skill development. By embracing the power of these partnerships, JA has conquered challenges, achieved sustainable growth, and left competitors in the dust.
So, are you ready to harness the potential of strong business partnerships and seize your own path to success? Let’s make it happen.
JA prides itself on some value adding partnerships to evolve our CIS, Umbrella Payroll and Contractor Accounting software.
We have teamed up with
FCSA whose primary objective is to guarantee that all stakeholders within the supply chain can rely on compliance, transparency, and dependability. Their aim is to contribute to enhancing the market reputation and ensure the welfare of workers in the temporary workforce including umbrella payroll, CIS, and contractor accounting.
Professional Passport who provides an insurance backed accreditation to ensure robust compliance across all areas of applicable legislation as well as complete transparency. Their accreditation covers Payroll Bureaus, Umbrella Payroll, Professional Employment, Constructions Industry Scheme and Accountancy Services for Contractors operating through their own limited companies (usually outside IR35).
Smart Pensions – one of the biggest workplace pension providers in the UK. JA has a direct API integration allowing your employee pension contributions to be uploaded seamlessly. Giving you peace of mind when you run your payroll, whether it be PAYE payroll or Umbrella or for a Contractor working through a limited company.
Pension Sync – a comprehensive solution that simplifies the complex tasks associated with pension processing. It streamlines the connection between payroll systems and pension schemes.
iWork – established by Julia Kermode, iWork champions the UKs temporary workforce. Acting on behalf of self-employed, contractors, freelancers, and the gig workers to ensure they have a voice. They also have a website packed with information and articles relating to this workforce with simple explanations surrounding payroll compliance, using an umbrella payroll company and IR35.
BASDA – The Business Application Software Developers Association, they serve as an influential voice in the software industry. Actively tackling pressing issues to exert influence during the formulation of legislation, engaging with regulatory bodies, government entities, HMRC and industry media at the highest level. BASDA plays a pivotal role in ensuring that software developers and their customers are central to these vital conversations. JA are proud to announce that Adam Herridge is vice chair of the Payroll, Pension and HR special interest group and a member of the BASDA General Council.
The Payroll, Pension and HR Special Interest Group engage with various government agencies that affect the delivery of payroll and HR software.
SafeRec – JA provides an integration with SafeRec as a compliance solution. This allows the audit of the supply chain and Umbrella Payroll providers in real time. Founded by CEO, Sebastien Sauca, who previously worked as a sales director in recruitment. SafeRec have created an AI driven solution dedicated to protecting the temporary workforce working through umbrella providers.