A recent study by Kronos and the American Payroll Association has found 29 percent of businesses use a payroll system that is 10 years old or older. This statistic not only includes outdated software platforms, but also includes methods such as spreadsheets and other forms of manual payroll processing. Clearly, there are many companies that need a payroll overhaul. If your organization is one of them, adopting a new payroll system should be added to your list of New Year’s resolutions. Our research and interviews with industry experts illustrate the top payroll software trends for 2019 to bring your business into the future.