ADP vs Paychex

Let’s Talk Business Accounting and Finance ADP vs Paychex

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    Kevin Garnet
    Participant
    We have been taking a gander at a few PEO stages for Payroll and HR administrations, and gradually got down to ADP or Paychex. We have been utilizing ADP Workforce for Time and Material charging. I discover ADP while intensive does not have that instinctive screens. It is safe to say that anyone is out there utilizing the Paychex PEO? What’s the great/terrible/revolting?

    We have 20 individuals currently however will double in size one year from now and I simply need to be prepared with at least HR software capable of handling our company.

    Would anyone be able to give me a couple of references ?

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    Joel Slatis
    Keymaster
    I can only speak from my experience. We SurePayroll internally, which is owned by Paychex. I don’t love their customer service, but it’s okay. The software, however is pretty good. I can generally get everything we need from their web portal including tax information like W2s, W3s and so on, and I can run payroll. I can also administer the deductions for retirement and import time from Timesheets.com.

    Overall I consider it a decent product, but in the end you’ll need to pick the software that best suites the needs of your business, not mine. I can say I’ve had a decent run with SurePayroll so far, though. What they lack in service, they make up for by having a decent site that allows me to handle everything I need without needing much assistance.

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    Kevin Garnet
    Participant
    After doing some of my own research again I think I may agree with you. SurePayroll seems to be the better fit for our company. Thanks
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    Akshay M
    Participant
    I worked for ADP and have friends who worked for Paychex. My question to you is, why limit yourself with those two choices? There are pros and cons to both companies but consider looking into other options/services as well. Strength lies in the average number of pays they serve – the products and services offered vary in flexibility and features. You don’t mention how many employees you will have at startup or the expected rate at which you’ll add employees. In my opinion these two factors will matter when choosing to outsource payroll and or HR functions. Explore the products each offers and see how it fares to your business model. Remeber, they are there to serve you. They are the “experts” and as such should be able to provide clear examples of how they will best serve your business. Consider looking at newer players such as Paycor, Ultimate or even your bank. Some banks offer payroll services for small business. It was mentioned here that Quickbooks cloud hosting is an option too, again, it’s about how may employees you will need to pay now and as your business grows. Best of luck to you.
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    Emmet Pope
    Participant
    I prefer Paychex, it’s what our company used and it works best for us.
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    Kevin Garnet
    Participant

    Emmet Pope: I prefer Paychex, it’s what our company used and it works best for us.

     

    Is there anything that makes it stick out from the rest?

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