- Why Proliant
Recently, one of Proliant’s esteemed partners, Benefit Technology Resources (BTR), featured our experts in their Elite Partner Series podcast, highlighting their third-party vendors who are offering savings and efficiencies for technology and communication.
Proliant’s own Tim Clark and Adam Clayton sat down with BTR’s Elite Partner Series hosts, Therese Tomasek and Holli Brummett, to discuss Proliant’s tech know-how, company developments, and market wins.
Click the button below to watch BTR’s Elite Partner Series podcast episode featuring Proliant.
BTR (Benefit Technology Resources) delivers value to its customers through innovative solutions and product partnerships that set the standard of excellence for HR technology.
Check out the BTR website to discover how they offer modernized HR Technology consulting and support.
What is Proliant’s claim to fame? Give us the 411 on your specialty.
At Proliant, we believe there is no true “best HR technology,” rather we look at how technology fits best with our clientele. Our origins were in CPA tax services until our clients asked for support with payroll services. Proliant pivoted to accommodate the needs of its clients, and now payroll is the core service offered by Proliant. Industries with hourly employees – restaurants, factories, retail, and the like – are finding a lot of success on Proliant’s software
BTR: What are the common services added to your core payroll offering?
Proliant: Typically, we see Onboarding, ACA, HRIS, and Time & Labor implemented with our core payroll service. We were the first payroll system in the industry with an integrated ACA suite, with lots of bells and whistles for employers with variable-hour employees.
Applicant tracking is typically stand-alone from the payroll system, which is by design in many cases due to the specific needs of the type of client using AT solution.
Benefits administration is available through Proliant, and we also offer integrations with many other best-in-breed ben admin systems like Employee Navigator, PlanSource, and bswift. Proliant is proud to have the flexibility to integrate with best-in-breed partners to offer the best global solution for the employer.
BTR: Tell us about the opportunities available for integrations.
Proliant: We have an open API architecture. We see a lot of integrations with Applicant Tracking and Learning Management systems to facilitate new hire processes. Security is also a popular API for many clients to support Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) functionality.
BTR: What is on Proliant’s roadmap?
Proliant: Our product team is doing a great job listening to our clients with a focus on automating as much as we can for employers. Standardization of data is top of mind with most of our developments, with the objective of helping employers be able to use their data for employee utilization and corporate forecasting.
Employee Engagement is also being developed. Technology tools such as employee surveys and communication modules are being designed to support business objectives from the top down, including position management access for mid-management roles and collaborative digital spaces within Proliant’s software.
At Proliant, we know that building a business is hard work, requiring dedication, drive, and determination. We also believe building strong connections with partners that share common values is vital to success. Proliant offers critical insight into industry trends and innovative HR technology solutions to help our partners’ clients succeed.
Contact us to learn how we’re dedicated to providing a competitive advantage to support your clients.
Proliant puts the human in human resources. We provide a fully integrated, cloud-based HCM solution that simplifies payroll and HR processes. The company serves small to large clients in multiple industries in all 50 states and is committed to providing the highest quality customer service in the industry.