We use Foundation for our main ERP and their payroll processing division payroll4construction. We do everything just like we used to when we processed payroll in-house, with time card entry, etc. Then when we're ready, we just click a button and it transmits everything to them and they transmit the direct deposits or cut checks, and do everything a 3rd party payroll processor does (taxes, etc.). It's been fantastic. They also have a module that will do electronic pay stubs for the employees to view.
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David, we are a small mechanical contractor and we process our payroll in house using Sage 100 Contractor. It works well for us. I feel confident the software is sufficient to handle our growth of 100 employees. Sage also has a software for larger companies – Sage 300. It was Timberline in the past.
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It would depend on what accounting system you are on. We do Payroll in-house using Vista by Viewpoint. We had been entering time ourselves, but now we are implementing Keystyle for timecard entry. I recommend getting an implementation expert for Viewpoint because it is very complicated and has to be done in a particular way and in order.
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