SagePeople Reviews - Pricing, Pros/Cons, User Reviews

SagePeople is an up-and-coming player in the global HRIS space. They were an industry leader in the UK, before being acquired by Sage. The solution is best for global companies that value integrations. Learn more about their platform!

Brett Ungashick
OutSail HRIS Advisor
July 4, 2023
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SagePeople

Overview

SagePeople is a scalable HRIS solution designed to be payroll-agnostic and best suited for global organizations. SagePeople is built on the Salesforce platform which makes it a very scalable, secure platform with high quality reporting. They do not offer a payroll module, but are experiencing at integrating with a variety of leading payroll providers in the US and abroad. SagePeople can be a great fit for companies that need a single source of truth for a complex global workforce

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Market Segment

SagePeople is considered a Mid-Enterprise HRIS, which means the system works best for companies with between 250 and 2,500 employees. Mid-Enterprise solutions are designed to be all-in-one HRIS's for companies with a moderate-to-high degree of complexity. Mid-Enterprise solutions typically take about 4-5 months to implement and occasionally require external consultants to successfully implement and manage the solutions. Mid-Enterprise solutions have more custom workflow tools and rules engines to support a business's growing complexity.

Costs

SagePeople charges companies on a quarterly or annual subscription basis. Depending on the modules included and the size of your company, SagePeople software fees can cost between $12 and 16 PEPM.

In addition to the software fees, implementing SagePeople will require a one-time implementation fee. SagePeople's implementation fees start at $35K and can be even higher depending on the integrations included and the organization's complexity

Strengths
  • SagePeople has been built on the Salesforce platform, which allows for a highly configurable experience where modules can be customized without much training
  • SagePeople’s reporting is also quite strong due to the Salesforce database it’s built on
  • SagePeople was built with global companies in mind and their team has offices across the globe
  • SagePeople’s customer support team is very proactive and many users have commented on the efficiency of their implementations
  • SagePeople has one of the best integration teams in the industry and is a great choice for companies taking a best-of-breed approach rather than an all-in-one strategy
Weaknesses
  • SagePeople does not offer their own payroll suite currently. However, they do have a partnership with ADP rolling out in 2022.
  • SagePeople’s implementation fees are higher than some of their peers due to the complexity of the Salesforce technology that it is built on
  • SagePeople is based out of the UK and has only recently expanded to the US
  • SagePeople also utilizes PlanSource as their benefits admin tool, which can lead to a less unified experience.
Integration Capabilities

Since SagePeople doesn't offer a payroll module, they have always prioritized integrations with 3rd party systems and that is not just limited to payroll providers. The Salesforce architecture that the platform was built on is very open to data sharing, and the SagePeople team has built custom integrations with most leading HR point solutions

Global Capabilities

SagePeople was founded in the UK and has offices spanning the globe. They work best with companies that are in multiple countries, as they have strong localization capabilities to provide better global tracking.

Modules Offered
  • HRIS /Employee Files
  • Benefits Admin
  • Time & Attendance
  • Onboarding
  • ATS / Recruiting
  • Performance Management
  • Compensation Management
  • Engagement
FAQs
What type of organizations is SagePeople best suited for?

SagePeople is ideal for global organizations with between 250 and 2,500 employees, particularly those that require a scalable HRIS solution with strong integration capabilities.

How is SagePeople priced?

SagePeople charges companies on a quarterly or annual subscription basis, with software fees typically ranging between $12 and $16 per employee per month (PEPM). Additionally, there's a one-time implementation fee starting at $35,000.

What are the strengths of SagePeople?

SagePeople boasts a highly configurable platform built on the Salesforce architecture, robust reporting capabilities, a global focus with offices worldwide, proactive customer support, and excellent integration capabilities, making it suitable for companies embracing a best-of-breed approach.

What are the weaknesses of SagePeople?

SagePeople currently does not offer its own payroll suite, although a partnership with ADP is expected in 2022. Implementation fees can be higher due to the complexity of the Salesforce technology. Additionally, being based in the UK and having recently expanded to the US, it might have limited experience in certain markets. Utilizing PlanSource for benefits administration could lead to a less unified experience.

What integration capabilities does SagePeople offer?

As SagePeople doesn't provide a payroll module, it prioritizes integrations with third-party systems beyond just payroll providers. Leveraging the Salesforce architecture, it offers custom integrations with leading HR point solutions.

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Meet the Author

Brett Ungashick
OutSail HRIS Advisor
Brett Ungashick, the friendly face behind OutSail, started his career at LinkedIn, selling HR software. This experience sparked an idea, leading him to create OutSail in 2018. Based in Denver, OutSail simplifies the HR software selection process, and Brett's hands-on approach has already helped over 1,000 companies, including SalesLoft, Hudl and DoorDash. He's a go-to guy for all things HR Tech, supporting companies in every industry and across 20+ countries. When he's not demystifying HR tech, you'll find Brett enjoying a round of golf or skiing down Colorado's slopes, always happy to chat about work or play.

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