Canton-based Company Named Top Payroll Software

Story excerpt provided by Patriot Software.

Written by Rachel Blakely.

Running payroll can be a particularly tricky, but essential, part of business for new entrepreneurs. To help ease the process of owning a business, Patriot Software, LLC offers payroll and accounting software to small businesses across the nation. The Canton-based company prides itself on its capacity to streamline the nitty-gritty parts of business with easy-to-use software.

Patriot started in the basement of a factory. Due to innovation and determination, the company is now an industry leader in payroll software. Patriot helps businesses run payroll in three easy steps to simplify the process.

Patriot recently gained the attention of G2 Crowd, a website that reviews business software. The website ranked Patriot’s payroll software first on their top 10 payroll software list. G2 Crowd’s list is based off the likelihood of users recommending the product and if the software meets the user’s requirements. Patriot led the way in both categories. The list also took into account return on investment (ROI) and other factors.

“To be ranked first on a business software review site is an incredible honor,” says Wendy Bolois, Payroll Product Director at Patriot Software. “We are constantly working to improve our current technology. It is always exciting to see our hard work pay off.”

Though Patriot’s products have garnered significant reviews, the company never stops working toward developing new features for its software.
The payroll and accounting software company has been making strides to be more user-friendly for small businesses. In November of 2016, Patriot introduced an in-software guide to help customers navigate through the payroll software setup. This step-by-step guide helps new customers create a payroll account and notifies the user when payroll information is incomplete.

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