A robust suite of HRMS solutions

Made for

Medium-large businesses that need comprehensive management for HR, benefits, payroll, recruiting, time and attendance, self-service, workflow, and reporting. Also for those with both US and Canadian employees.

Not for

Small businesses that do not need extensive HR and payroll management, or for ones with only US employees.

 
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Example customers

IMA Financial Group, Inc.

Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP

FNB Corporation

The Borgata

Features

Payroll & Taxes

Payroll:
  •  Payment Processing
  •  Direct Deposit
  •  Check Printing
  •  Payroll Reports
Taxes:
  •  Filing/Management
  •  W-2 Preparation
  •  Deductions

Time/Labor & Benefits

Time/Labor:
  •  Attendance
  •  Hours Tracking
  •  PTO Accrual
Benefits:
  •  Healthcare
  •  Retirement Plans
  •  Bonuses

Integration & Access

Integration:
  •  Banks
  •  HR & Recruiting
  •  Accounting
Access:
  •  Employee Self Service
  •  Multi-Country Compatibility
  •  Mobile App Available

Support

Contact:
  •  Phone
  •  Online Chat
  •  Email
  •  Certified Expert Help
  •  24/7 Access
Online Resources:
  •  FAQs
  •  Forums
  •  Demos & Tutorials

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Survey Response
Apr 14 2016

Easy Integration with ERP System

4.5

Features: 
4.5
Ease of use: 
4.5
Support: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
4.5
the reviewer
 
$51 - $250/mo. spend
 
Construction
 
51 - 200 employees
 
Fresno, CA
Senior Manager, Finance
 
Verified
The Review

Recommendations:

It works well in the construction industry if you are looking for an integrated system.

Experience:

It is integrated with our ERP system. Used for payroll, Hours and benefit tracking, PTO tracking, voluntary benefit and garnishment deduction and payment. It sped up the payroll process, and allowed staff to focus less on processing.

Pros:

Seamless integration with our ERP for instant reporting, especially in the construction industry with job costing.

Cons:

The interface is a bit confusing initially.