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The Best Saas HR Software for 2022 with Pricing

February 15, 2021
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Brett Ungashick
Founder

As we head into 2022, OutSail provides an overview of the best Saas HR Software solutions in the marketplace today, covering: the primary categories of Saas HR software, pricing details and target customer size for each vendor.

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Finding the right Saas HR software provider can be challenging in our current environment.

There are so many solutions in the Saas HR market. Some software platforms are an all-in-one tools that can meet almost every HR need. While some are more best-in-class tools that can fill a narrow hole. Some are designed for small businesses. Some are designed for large enterprises.

Below you will find a comparison of the best Saas HR software providers and the categories to which they fall into.

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Full Suite HRIS + Payroll Platforms

Workday

Average Customer Size: 1,000+ employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance, Engagement and Learning

Overview: Workday is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. Workday is primarily an enterprise solution and they have become the vendor-of-choice for a large portion of the Fortune 500. The primary strength for Workday is their strong enterprise architecture which allows the system to be configured to meet any client's requirements, without sacrificing the continuity of the entire system. In addition to being a highly configurable tool, Workday also has a very approachable user interface and a number of advanced capabilities on the HR / Talent Management side.

Price: $60-90 PEPM

Blog: How Much Does an HRIS Cost?

Ceridian

Average Customer Size: 500-5,000 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance, Engagement and Learning

Overview: Ceridian Dayforce is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. Ceridian Dayforce is utilized by companies as small as 100 employees and as large as 100,000, but has developed a strong presence in the Mid-Enterprise. Ceridian is known for it's strengths around Payroll and Workforce Management. Ceridian has long been a top competitor to ADP in the payroll space, and in 2012, they acquired Dayforce, a leading Workforce Management platform. Since then, Dayforce has become their flagship offering and is a great solution for companies with complex payroll, time & attendance, scheduling and tax needs.

Price: $23-31 PEPM

UKG Pro

Average Customer Size: 350-5,000 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance, Engagement and Learning

Overview: UKG Pro is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. UKG Pro is utilized by companies as small as 100 employees and as large as 100,000, but has developed a strong presence in the Mid-Enterprise. UKG Pro is known for it's strengths around HR and Talent Management. While many of their peers developed payroll first and HR after, UKG has made HR their core competency from the get go, providing strengths around recruiting, engagement and employee development. UKG also has a loyal following from many of their customers due to their 'partners for life' philosophy.

Price: $26-34 PEPM

UKG Ready

Average Customer Size: 200-2,500 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS and Performance

Overview: UKG Ready was originally developed my Kronos and is a scalable and unified HRIS platform. The system works especially well for companies that have large hourly workforces, due to Kronos' historical success in Workforce Management. UKG Ready is also a cost-effective option for many businesses compared to some of the other Mid-Enterprise options on the market.

Price: $17-22 PEPM

Blog: How Long Does It Take to Buy and Implement an HRIS

ADP Workforce Now

Average Customer Size: 75-1,000 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance and Learning

Overview: ADP Workforce Now is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. Workforce Now is utilized by companies of all shapes and sizes, but their strongest audience is in the Mid-Market. ADP is known for their strengths around payroll and tax filing, and also provides expertise to support virtually any business scenario. ADP also has a unique outsourced service, called Comp Services, that allows companies to put their payroll processing and benefits management on auto-pilot.

Price: $24-30 PEPM

Paycom

Average Customer Size: 50-500 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance, Engagement and Learning

Overview: Paycom is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. The system is designed for mid-market companies and gets strong reviews for administrative ease of use and employee self-service. Paycom is unique in the mid-market due to the fact that they have not acquired or partnered with 3rd parties to build their system, making the technology more comprehensive and integrated than peers in their space. This can lead to downstream advantages with reporting and reduction in manual re-entry

Price: $23-30 PEPM

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Paylocity

Average Customer Size: 35-350 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance, Engagement and Learning

Overview: Paylocity is a full suite HRIS system that can serve as a one-stop-shop for companies, covering everything from payroll, benefits and HR to recruiting, onboarding, performance and learning. The system is designed for mid-market companies and gets above average reviews for ease of use. Paylocity is strong in integrations and can support companies with global workforces too.

Price: $16-22 PEPM

Partial HRIS's

SagePeople

Average Customer Size: 100-2,500 employees

Modules Offered: HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS, Performance and Engagement

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 aborad. SagePeople can be a great fit for companies that need a single source of truth for a complex global workforce

Price: $12-16 PEPM

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BambooHR

Average Customer Size: 25-500 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Onboarding, ATS, Performance and Engagement

Overview: Over the last decade, BambooHR has steadily grown into a market leader in the SMB and Mid-Market. They provide a modern HRIS solution that covers a wide spectrum of functionality - performance, recruiting, onboarding - at a competitive price point. While Bamboo owns a payroll company, called Trax, many customers will use their own payroll / ben admin tools and use Bamboo for more employee-facing activities. Bamboo is also open to integrating with a variety of 3rd party HR tools

Price: $8-13 PEPM

GoCo

Average Customer Size: 25-350 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin and Onboarding

Overview: GoCo provides sleek, easy-to-use HR tools with some surprisingly robust capabilities under-the-hood. GoCo's strengths are around onboarding, benefits admin and leave management, but they have also developed unique expertise to facilitate payroll integrations and have rolled out a workflow builder tool that allows HR teams to build automated processes from scratch.

Price: $7-12 PEPM

Blog: How to Negotiate an HRIS Agreement

Rippling

Average Customer Size: 25-300 employees

Modules Offered: Payroll, HRIS, Time & Attendance, Ben Admin, Onboarding, ATS and Learning

Overview: Rippling is one of the fastest growing companies in the HRIS industry today, due to their emphasis on employee experience, integrations and people management. Rippling's integrations go beyond HR point solutions and can also work with tools like Slack, Teams, Salesforce and more. This can save IT hours of headaches, especially at companies with white collar workforces that use many business apps.

Price: $18-24 PEPM

Point Solutions

Lattice

Average Customer Size: 50-500 employees

Modules Offered: Performance and Engagement

Overview: Lattice is a relatively new company, but they have quickly become a leader in the performance management and employee engagement space. They offer an engaging and easy-to-use product at an industry standard price and it has the flexibility to integrate with most any technology you use (Slack, Outlook, Teams, HRIS). Beyond helping facilitate continuous performance conversations, Lattice can also help with pulse surveys, employee recognition and career pathing.

Price: $7-13 PEPM

15Five

Average Customer Size: 50-500 employees

Modules Offered: Performance and Engagement

Overview: 15Five is used by many leading mid-sized companies because it has a great user interface for admins and end-users. Their support staff is knowledgeable and always available. 15Five can help companies create a culture of continuous recognition and reviews

Price: $6-12 PEPM

CultureAmp

Average Customer Size: 50-1,000 employees

Modules Offered: Performance and Engagement

Overview: Culture Amp is one of the market leading employee engagement survey tools. They started with the concept of the pulse survey and have continually made their platform more robust, easier to administer and clearer to report on. For HR teams that want to get a better look at their organization, and want to share that information in intelligent ways across business units, they are a great platform

Price: $5-12 PEPM

Greenhouse

Average Customer Size: 75-1,000 employees

Modules Offered: ATS

Overview: Greenhouse is a modern leader in the ATS space, and has won over a large market share due to the quality of their product. Greenhouse is scalable, great for collaboration and offers advanced functionality around onboarding and referrals.

Price: $6-9 PEPM

Lever

Average Customer Size: 50-500 employees

Modules Offered: ATS

Overview: Lever is a great platform for growing mid-sized companies. Lever offers an intuitive design, a straightforward implementation process, and a lot of candidate management efficiency hacks. Their biggest calling card is their candidate CRM, which is great for companies that have attractive brands or are in competitive hiring markets and need to keep candidates warm.

Price: $5-7 PEPM

JazzHR

Average Customer Size: 25-350 employees

Modules Offered: ATS

Overview: JazzHR is a really attractive option for companies buying their first ATS, or for HR teams without a dedicated TA function. They offer straightforward pricing and same day set-up, in addition to having numerous integration partners and a feature-rich platform.

Price: $2-5 PEPM

Zira

Average Customer Size: 50-500 employees

Modules Offered: Time & Attendance

Overview: Zira is building the future of time & attendance and scheduling tools. Their intuitive mobile app is highly resonant with workforces and their scheduling engine is capable of automating even the most complex set of preferences and rules. In addition to making an easy-to-use tool, Zira prioritizes the employee experience with rewards-based incentives and an employee chat feature.

Price: $3-5 PEPM

Deputy

Average Customer Size: 50-5,000 employees

Modules Offered: Time & Attendance

Overview: Deputy is a market leader in the workforce management space. Their platform is capable of meeting most organizations’ needs across both scheduling and time tracking, which is why they are utilized by some of the world’s largest employers. Additionally, Deputy offers a strong two-way integration with leading payroll platforms.

Price: $3-5 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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