Overall Satisfaction with Wagepoint
Wagepoint is used to manage payroll for our Canadian employees. It is being used by our people ops manager, our finance manager, and our bookkeeper. It's an easy way to manage payroll, salaries, and pay cycles. It allows our team to quickly and efficiently manage and pull data regarding payroll.
- Manages payroll
- Maintains employee data--addresses, contact info, etc.
- The data is not quite as robust as other providers
- It does not integrate with employee healthcare systems
- Wagepoint has allowed us to manage employees easily
- We have grown quickly with Wagepoint
Wagepoint is great for our Canadian employees, as Gusto does not support multi-national workforces. However, Gusto provides a much more robust system with which you can manage employees salaries, healthcare benefits, and additional benefits. Gusto also provides ample data with which to evaluate costs, understand employees, and forecast future costs, which Wagepoint does not support.
Do you think Wagepoint delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Wagepoint's feature set?
Did Wagepoint live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Wagepoint go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Wagepoint again?
I would recommend Wagepoint for small to medium-sized organizations. It is a very simple way to keep track of payroll and salary information. It also allows you to differentiate between full-time and part-time employees. I would not recommend Wagepoint for larger organizations that require robust data and a variety of roles.