We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Workday is an expensive solution."
"You have the license fee per module, and then you have a kind of annual training fee, which is a kind of add-on. I wouldn't say it is exhaustive; it is minor. Licensing is pretty transparent for most of the part."
"The pricing is good from an HR perspective, although management gets upset after spending $500,000 a year, every year."
"Its price is pretty high. It is more expensive than what is offered by other competitors in the market."
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Rippling is the first way for businesses to manage their HR & IT — from payroll and benefits, to employee devices and apps — all in one, modern system.
In 90-seconds, a company can onboard a new employee and set up their payroll, health insurance, work computer, and third-party apps like Gmail, Microsoft Office, and Slack. It's the only platform that unifies every employee system, and automates the administrative work behind each.
Rippling is ranked 24th in Benefits Administration while Workday is ranked 1st in Benefits Administration with 11 reviews. Rippling is rated 0.0, while Workday is rated 8.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Workday writes "Simple to use with easy report creation and excellent AI". Rippling is most compared with Gusto and Paylocity, whereas Workday is most compared with SAP SuccessFactors, PeopleSoft, SAP HCM, Oracle Taleo and Oracle HCM Cloud.
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