sd workx

SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll service provider, is opening an office in Madrid to further expand its operations in Europe.

SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll service provider, is opening an office in Madrid to further expand its operations in Europe. SD Worx will provide payroll and HR services to international organizations that operate in Spain and Portugal, among others. In addition, SD Worx also starts payroll services for the local market, aiming for private and public organizations with more than 250 employees. With more than 25 years of experience in the Spanish payroll and HR market, Carlos Pardo, the former CEO of Meta4, brings a wealth of experience and a strong leadership reputation to realize SD Worx's ambitions in Spain and Portugal.

SD Worx has the ambition to become the European number 1 in payroll and HR. We are expanding our geographic footprint because we strongly believe that proximity to our customers is crucial to building a long-term relationship with them. We offer our customers a local approach and at the same time we can help them with their international growth thanks to our presence and expertise throughout Europe

 says Kobe Verdonck, CEO of SD Worx.

I am convinced that a top European player like SD Worx creates great value for the Iberian market. There are many growth opportunities here, Spain and Portugal are one of the largest European economies and I am very much looking forward to going for it together with a strong team

says Carlos Pardo, Managing Director SD Worx Spain &Portugal.

Customers can fully outsource their payroll and HR processes to us, so that they can focus on their core business. We are fully committed to a qualitative and personal service, close to our customers. This will lead to a high level of customer satisfaction and long-term relationships. If our customers are satisfied, our mission is successful.

Experience and drive

Carlos Pardo studied economics at complutense university in Madrid. In 1994 he started as a financial analyst at Meta4, supplier of HR software. He held various positions there until he was appointed Managing Director for Spain and Portugal in 2008. In January 2014, he became CEO for Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Among other things, he supervised the entire transition from on premise to cloud software. At the end of 2019, Carlos became Senior Executive Advisor for numerous technology start-ups.