Rippling product overview
Rippling allows businesses to manage HR & IT with one system. In just 90 seconds, a company can set up (or disable) an employee’s payroll, health insurance, work computer, and third-party apps, like Gmail, Microsoft Office, and Slack. Because Rippling gives you a single underlying system for employee data, connected to all your internal and external apps, any change you make in Rippling will instantly update all your other systems faster than you can say “just one click.”
Pros of Rippling
Rippling combines HR and IT functions in one platform. It streamlines on-boarding as well as off-boarding of employees, making first days a breeze.
Cons of Rippling
Setting up your company on Rippling can be time-consuming and requires a lot of importing of data. Rippling is not ideal companies that outsource HR or IT functions like payroll.
Breakdown of core features
Once a new hire has accepted, all that is needed is for HR to click “hire.” The first-day set-up, like paperwork, payroll, and benefits enrollment, and even the ordering of a pre-configured computer, is triggered. Rippling will also create log-ins for apps like Gmail, Slack, and Salesforce. The automatic processes can also be customized for specific roles.
Automated Security & Compliance
Rippling helps you maintain HR compliance by doing things like automating ACA and COBRA, and automates core IT security functions like device encryption and remote wiping, Cylance threat detection, password policy enforcement, and mobile 2FA.
One of Rippling’s core IT features is password management for all employees’ apps and accounts. You have the option to give employees a single sign-on via a portal. Rippling can also manage and share passwords for teams.
(Last updated on 11/26/2019 by Marshall Bright)