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The Best HRIS Systems to Integrate with Greenhouse

February 15, 2021
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Brett Ungashick
Founder

Greenhouse is one of the most popular applicant tracking systems (ATS) in the market today. Most companies that are using Greenhouse want to find an HRIS & Payroll system that can seamlessly integrate with Greenhouse at the point of making new hires. Here are the systems that are best equipped to meet this need:

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OutSail works with hundreds of businesses each year helping them buy new HRIS systems. Often, many of our clients are already using an ATS, such as Greenhouse, for their recruiting needs.

Since Greenhouse is a leading applicant tracking system (ATS) for the mid-market, our clients like to see options that can integrate well with Greenhouse.

In this article, you can learn about the 8 most popular HRIS systems for integrating with Greenhouse.

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1.) Rippling

Average Customer Size: 25-300 employees

Vendor Snapshot: If you’re looking for the most advanced technology in the HR space, Rippling is a really interesting choice. Rippling can integrate with just about any of your existing tools, while drastically simplifying your onboarding, payroll and ben admin experience. A few drawbacks with Rippling are their limited functionality (limited timekeeping and no performance or learning) and the uncertainty around the platform’s scalability. Finally, Rippling’s founding team’s track record with Zenefits is another thing to keep in mind.

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Time & Attendance, Learning, ATS
  • Price range: $20-28 PEPM

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2.) Zenefits

Average Customer Size: 25-250 employees

Vendor Snapshot: Zenefits offers a sleek, easy-to-use HRIS platform that is used by many growing, modern companies. Zenefits' platform can cover all Core HR needs including payroll, HRIS, onboarding, time and performance. And the only modules they don’t make in-house are an ATS and LMS, where they partner with market leaders instead.

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Performance, Time & Attendance
  • Price range: $17-23 PEPM

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3.) Gusto

Average Customer Size: 3-75 employees

Vendor Snapshot: Gusto is the modern leader in small business payroll. This space has been dominated by ADP and Paychex for years, but Gusto's modern user interface and ease-of-use have made them a popular choice for new companies. In the last few years, Gusto has adding benefits admin, time tracking and onboarding capabilities to the system to provide more value to clients

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Time & Attendance
  • Price range: $12-20 PEPM

4.) Hibob

Average Customer Size: 50-350 employees

Vendor Snapshot: Bob is a great solution for companies that want performance, engagement and culture to be at the center of their organization. While many vendors add those tools later in their lifecycle, those features were foundational to Bob from the get-go. The emphasis on employee engagement leads to high usage from employees and better reporting for companies. Additionally, Bob is a global company and their solution is a strong fit for multi-national companies.

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Onboarding, Performance, Engagement, Compensation, Time & Attendance
  • Price range: $8-15 PEPM

5.) Namely

Average Customer Size: 25-300 employees

Vendor Snapshot: Namely was built with the employee experience in mind and designed their HRIS from the ground up to be mobile-first, employee-centric and on-par with other consumer apps that younger workforces use outside of work. Their solution covers a large portion of Core HR functionality and, where they can't offer certain functionality, they have integrations with leading 3rd parties.

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Performance, Time & Attendance, Learning
  • Price range: $19-26 PEPM

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6.) ADP Workforce Now

Average Customer Size: 50-2,500 employees

Vendor Snapshot: ADP is a household name, and many buyers find it to be a safe choice. ADP often does well with core HR (payroll, ben admin, and time & attendance), and they are one of the few companies that can fully outsource things like payroll & benefits. ADP, unfortunately, is known to have below average customer support. Also, due to the structure of the system, users find they don’t have a great deal of control over how processes are set-up and how integrations work. This can lead users to being forced to adopt ADP’s processes and workflows.

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Performance, Time & Attendance, Learning, ATS
  • Price range: $20-26 PEPM

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7.) UKG Pro (formerly UltiPro)

Average Customer Size: 250-10,000 employees

Vendor Snapshot: UKG has a long track record of delivering smart automations to complex, global companies. They offer a robust, highly capable and reliable HCM platform that can scale with any organization's growth. Despite being a full featured system, UKG’s user interface is still accessible and intuitive for admins and employees alike. A few drawbacks with UKG are that the system’s back-end isn’t as modern as their peers and some of their modules are provided by 3rd parties. Additionally, while the merger with Kronos is going smooth, there are additional questions to be asked during evaluations to get comfortable with those changes

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Performance, Time & Attendance, Learning, ATS
  • Price range: $26-34 PEPM


8.) Workday

Average Customer Size: 1,000+ employees

Vendor Snapshot: Workday offers a single database solution that is configurable to any organization’s needs and user friendly for employees. When they do acquire companies, they translate the new code into the existing code base to keep the back-end databases and front-end user experiences uniform. Workday also spends a huge sum on R&D and is on the leading edge with AI and 3rd party integrations

  • Modules offered: HRIS, Ben Admin, Payroll, Onboarding, Performance, Time & Attendance, Learning, ATS
  • Price range: $40-60 PEPM

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Brett Ungashick
Founder
Brett is the founder of OutSail. He spent the early part of his career selling HR software before switching sides and going to work for the people buying the software.

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