Sparkrock 365Product Overview
Sparkrock 365 product overview
Sparkrock is a leading cloud-based ERP solution provider, offering a complete and fully integrated software platform tailored for nonprofit, human services, residential care, and K-12 organizations across North America.
Sparkrock 365 delivers a highly flexible, all-in-one ERP with configurable features for every aspect of nonprofit financial management. It allows users to scale and adjust while providing a secure source of data. Information is always accurate, up-to-date, and accessible to everyone.
Sparkrock 365 centralizes employee data, reduces paperwork and smashes silos between HR, frontline managers and employees. The result is a comprehensive and integrated HR management solution with the tools needed to cultivate an effective and engaged team. Scheduling provides flexibility in managing staff time with up-to-date information seamlessly linked to important employee data, operating budgets and payroll systems.
Sparkrock 365, allows users to automate the payroll process by integrating finance, HR and scheduling information. With advanced controls, users can configure allocations, calculations and identify any potential errors before finalizing a pay run.”
Pros of Sparkrock 365
- Good support documentation
- Friendly customer service
Cons of Sparkrock 365
- Challenging learning curve
- Pricing is limited to subscription plans
- Not available on-premises
Breakdown of core features
Finance and Procurement
Sparkrock 365 helps users reduce errors, duplication, and delays, with an integrated system that seamlessly connects all components of the organization’s finances
Sparkrock 365 helps make managing employee records, performance appraisals, benefits, training, and collective agreements simple.
Sparkrock 365 makes payroll simple for social impact organizations with complex workforces and compliance requirements.
Scheduling and Time Entry
Sparkrock 365’s cloud-based scheduling and time entry improves transparency, automates workflows and helps users maintain oversight of labor costs.
(Last updated on 11/15/2019 by Pam Van Loon)