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Business & Integration Architect Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Fun, and easy to use on the cloud portion * There is a need to manage back-office applications in order to get everything done which is a more complex setting with security not flowing through. Also, complexity in compensation plans is not accommodated. * Prorations over more then a pay period is not possible, so allocating mid-hire bonuses prorated will be a manual task to accomplish. * System slowdowns and bugs when processing payroll on Mondays and Tuesdays with too much high traffic from other customers. If you are patient, have a simple payroll, other requirements, and no rushes. * Ultimate is cute and fun. * It creates more manual work at a slower pace, fills your week as a user, and as an enterprise you might want to utilize that time elsewhere. Also, the cost for services after implementation is out of this world. View full review »
Deanna Criss
Accounting Coordinator at Smithers-Oasis Company
It is much easier to use and the customer service is better than our previous solution. View full review »
Sr. HRIS Analyst at a individual & family service with 1,001-5,000 employees
Correcting gaps in talent/comp as well as reporting compared to other vendors. View full review »
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