Benefits Administration Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
reviewer1116519 says in an Oracle HCM Cloud review
HR Consultant with 11-50 employees
It is very user-friendly. Most of the UI is very intuitive so you don't need to follow a course to use it. Of course you have one single UI regardless of your roles, so you don't have to log into separate applications depending on whether you're HR or just a normal employee. The solution evolves quickly (4 major updates per year) View full review »
Robin Saikat Chatterjee says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The robust architecture * Ability for near zero downtime patching * High availability * Security * RAC * Data Guard in the architecture These make for a very resilient solution in an ERP platform. View full review »
reviewer1213995 says in a PeopleSoft review
Functional Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the core HR, the strength, how the data is captured, and position management that gives flexibility in different organizations. Also, the work center where you can see the different steps in your activity guide. There are different tasks that need to be performed for a recruiter to set up an activity guide. He can see all of the tasks to complete the upgrading for a new hire. The ease of use. PeopleSoft is easy to understand, where any end user that is logged in can easily navigate through the menus. You don't need any help as long as you have the instructions. View full review »
reviewer1214406 says in a PeopleSoft review
IT Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The HR features are the solution's most valuable aspects. View full review »
NickStuchbery says in a Workday review
Lead Consultant, Owner at Dodai Consulting Corp
The feature I think that is the most attractive is the security. But there are other features that are valuable as well, such as the BP (Business Processes) — like the social security business processes — the HCM (Human Capital Management) modeling component, Absence (for monitoring time and attendance), Payroll (for payroll processing), Financial Management (core financial management) and the Benefits module (self service employee benefits management). All of those take care of essential business needs. View full review »
reviewer1039926 says in a PeopleSoft review
Independent Peoplesoft Consultant
The answer to this question will vary from one client to another. Some Clients are more focused on the processes of how it's working within the system. Others are more focused on what they can improve by using more PeopleSoft features. Most of them are not sure what functionality has given them more leisure towards doing things manually. Most of the time issues are around customizations that are part of standard practice which is at times hard for clients to get rid of and that process becomes a habit and the resistance is noticed not only from employees but by the organization as a whole, which I think is not very productive. View full review »
UshaKatyal says in a PeopleSoft review
Owner at kaydex systems ltd
Peoplesoft is the best payroll software in the market. View full review »
reviewer1118469 says in a Workday review
Partner - Co-Founder at a marketing services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Stability in one single version is the most valuable feature of this solution. It's actually a cloud-native solution and based on the community for development. It is a very good open architecture and able to interconnect with other systems. And it is very stable and very fast in terms of response. View full review »
Alaa Mostafa says in an Oracle HCM Cloud review
Senior ERP Manager at Capital Group Properties
If you deploy the product so that it is available from anywhere, employees can submit vacation requests so resources and expectations can be managed. What the most important thing is that we monitor goals, performance and prospective plans. But there are many, many valuable features. View full review »
reviewer1022808 says in a PeopleSoft review
Technical Lead at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
We find the Campus Solutions very valuable. Right now, we're working on making the same service for the students. View full review »
reviewer1200543 says in a Workday review
Director at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The business process framework is excellent. You can create a business process very easily using the drag and drops. You don't need to get an IT consultant to be able to use Workday, you can have people in the business that aren't IT consultants putting new works processes together. So that's really good to use. The Workday experience is definitely the best on the market. There's no doubt about that. View full review »
reviewer1199859 says in a SAP HCM review
SAP HCM/FICO Team lead at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
All of the core processes are very valuable aspects of the solution. These include personnel, administration, organizational structure, and payroll. View full review »
MilaGhosh says in an Oracle Taleo review
HR IS at McDermott International
The Professional Recruitment feature is good. The Talent Acquisition and Headhunting features are good. View full review »
LangfordMunthali says in a SAP HCM review
Owner at Simply HR
The master data where most of the reports were run from was the most valuable. We were quite satisfied with this module. View full review »
SuriRachapudi says in an Oracle HCM Cloud review
HCM Consultant at a tech services company
The solution's most valuable features are all the human resources aspects and access management, as well as the talent review. The solution's talent management is very, very good. The dashboard is easy to use and the interface is very flexible. View full review »
Porsche D'Oliveira says in a SAP HCM review
Specialist SAP Division at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The integration between the different models like personnel administration, work management, payroll, and time management are the most valuable and key features. It's also very important to make sure that the data is correct as well, to make sure that you get the best out of the solution. The interface is simple to use. It is quite easy. The dashboards are also user-friendly. View full review »
reviewer1194150 says in a SAP HCM review
Consultant at a consultancy
The most valuable feature, in my view, is the level of exceptions or error messages that come back when something goes wrong. One of the valuable features is that it is integrated with a finance system, with journal and ledger integration. When you process, for example, payroll or costing then it can be posted directed into the finance system. There are lots of good features, including the reporting, as long as you know what to look for. View full review »
reviewer1182807 says in a Workday review
Co-CIO & Enterprise Architect at a printing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Performance and good usability are the two most valuable features of this solution. View full review »
Elias Yammine says in an Oracle HCM Cloud review
Application Consultant at a software R&D company with 11-50 employees
Some of the oldest of all the features are still very good. Right now, the recruitment aspect is very good. View full review »
reviewer1006860 says in an Oracle Taleo review
Managing Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is easy to use. Requisition management and pre-screening are the two most valuable features. View full review »
Megan Fraser says in a Workday review
Head of People Experience Operations with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature is the HCM, where all of the information and processes are in one place. View full review »
reviewer1047420 says in a PeopleSoft review
Director, Client Services at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Self-service and mobile/fluid. View full review »
Dennis Engel says in an Oracle Taleo review
Career Advancement Specialist with 51-200 employees
Since we had no system before (we just kept everything in Outlook), even the most basic features were great. View full review »
reviewer1044288 says in an Ultimate Software UltiPro review
Business & Integration Architect Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Customer lead was nice! View full review »
Krishna AB says in a PeopleSoft review
Business/Systems Analyst with 1,001-5,000 employees
* It has great depth of application functionality and flexibility of developing and integrating with others. * In recent years, they added more functionality in the mobile, analytical reporting, and installing/patching/hosting area. View full review »
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