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Wagepoint Launches Payroll Software in the United States, Making It the First to Serve Multiple Countries

Wagepoint's Payroll Software Helps Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses Manage and Engage Their Workforce

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/22/14 -- Wagepoint, an HR tech company specializing in online payroll software for small businesses, has launched its payroll software in the United States, making it the first payroll startup to offer services across North America.

Serving more than 500 customers, Wagepoint's U.S. launch makes its software available to companies in all 50 states and territories, an accomplishment no other payroll startup can claim. This announcement comes on the heels of Wagepoint's launch in Canada last summer.

"We pride ourselves on being the new generation of payroll software -- fast, friendly and hassle-free," said Shrad Rao, CEO of Wagepoint. "With our launch, small businesses in the United States have access to simple technology backed by stellar customer service, all without the nickel and diming or fine print charges associated with traditional payroll companies. Instead, we focus on providing the human connection to help companies pay their employees more efficiently."

Old-school payroll companies are infamous for hidden fees and clunky technology. Wagepoint offers a dramatically different user experience, including a free 30-day trial. Following the trial, companies can enroll in the Pro plan for a ($15 base fee + $2 per employee) per payroll. Wagepoint helps business owners and HR managers automate and simplify processing payroll with the following services: direct deposit; payroll calculations; federal, state and local taxes; 1099s, W2s and W3s; wage detail reports; new hire reporting; additional deductions; payments to contractors; additional incomes and online paystubs.

Other Wagepoint software features include:

  • Quick onboarding with a 'Switch It' service to move customers enrolled in other payroll systems
  • Employee access to paystubs and employment forms
  • Multiple paygroups for payroll on different frequencies
  • Auto-approve with set-it-and-forget-it features
  • Support service within the app

Wagepoint acts as a true partner to small businesses. Although payroll is one of the most important processes for a company, many small businesses have limited staff or tools to get the job done. Wagepoint eliminates the time, worry and stress associated with processing payroll.

To start a free 30-day trial, visit www.wagepoint.com.

About Wagepoint
Wagepoint is an HR tech company with a simple, fast and friendly online payroll app for small businesses across North America. It is an easy-to-use payroll solution that can handle direct deposits, government remittances / reporting and all year-end reporting for both salaried and hourly employees.

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