While Zoho is predominantly known as a CRM provider, its ever-growing list of applications brings a wide range of functionality to businesses of all sizes. Zoho People, for example, which launched in 2007, combines all of your HR software needs into an all-in-one platform that makes it easy for employees and managers to keep track of everyday schedules, roles, and more.
In addition to all the HR basics you'd expect from software like Zoho People, it also comes with a wide range of additional features that make human resources much simpler. You'll be able to track, manage, and customize every aspect of your company's HR department, informing current practices and future decisions.
Third party integrations include GSuite, QuickBooks, Zapier, and more
Provides employee self-service functionality and performance tracking features
Poor mobile app performance
What is Zoho People?
Launched in 2007 as part of the Zoho family of applications, Zoho People is a cloud-based HR software aimed at any sized company looking to streamline its human resources department. Its feature-rich solution competes with popular software like Asana by prioritizing automation and organization, helping users manage typical day-to-day details and lighten the load across the board.
With plenty of HR features and helpful third-party integrations available, Zoho People will allow you to connect your whole system to save your human resources department a whole of time and productivity. Reviewers have reported that the Zoho People mobile app can be a bit spotty and unreliable at times. But with a lower price point than many similar softwares, offering four different plans on a per employee/per month basis, it's far from a dealbreaker.
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Zoho People Video Overview: Performance Management in Action
Check out this video from Zoho People to get a better idea of exactly what kind of features are available – for both human resources departments and employees – when you get set up with the software.
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