BrightPay, at first glance, is deceptively simple. Its clear and easy to use interface is expertly crafted to only reveal the underlying comprehensive set of payroll functionality, where and when you need it. But as the lists below exhibit, you can rest assured that it's all there.
There's lots to like about Brightpay - there's a free trial, which enables you to try out all the various functions before you have to commit to purchase. There's a low annual fee for using the software, which makes it very attractive to small business owners compared to paying an accountant or book-keeper for doing the same job. The software is really easy to use and gives you complete control over your pay-roll, with all the information you need available at the click of a button. There's a comprehensive help section too.
What do you dislike?
There's not much to dislike about Brightpay - I used to wonder how to back the system up, but I contacted the online technical support team and were really helpful.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Definitely worth having the free trial so you can get to grips with all the functions of the software before you commit to buying it. The full price for the software is £99 a year for a small business. It integrates with your pension provider to auto-enrolment purposes too, so you can submit PAYE and pension information at the touch of a button - highly recommended!
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
The Brightpay software has solved the problem of having to pay a monthly fee to my accountant for carrying out the same service that I can do for £99 a year. It takes less than 15 minutes a month to update the salary information and submit the payroll and pension information for my five staff. Best of all though is the fact that I can access all my payroll and pension information within seconds.
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