In a rather exciting development in the software as a service (SaaS) scene in Nigeria that could revolutionize the way Nigerian businesses manage their payrolls, the developers of PayrollPlus, are looking for Beta Testers to try out their web app, and provide feedback.

PayrollPlus.co is a SaaS application that helps Nigerian businesses administer payroll for their teams. The platform’s features accommodate taxes, benefits, pension deductions, and more.

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PayrollPlus comes from the team behind Delivery Science, a Nigerian logistics tracking, and analytics startup.

“We built it to scratch our itch, and are looking for other people to get value from it and give us feedback”, says Delivery Science CEO, Lanre Oyetodun.

PayrollPlus currently offers two service plans; The free Pilot plan  allows HR managers to access most of the platform’s functionality, including exporting employee payroll data to spreadsheets, benefits, and deductions. The Pro plan costs ₦20,000 every six months, and ₦200 per transaction, and unlocks automated electronic salary payments via NIBSS instant payments.

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