Integrating with ADP

Replicon offers built-in payroll integrations with ADP RUN and ADP Workforce Now. ADP RUN is payroll processing software aimed at smaller companies, while ADP Workforce Now is used by medium-sized companies, up to 1000 users.

Customers can use these integrations to transfer employees from those versions of ADP to Replicon where they’ll record time using Replicon’s robust time-tracking functionality. Then, you can transfer calculated payroll data back to ADP for processing.

These integrations can only be used with our Replicon for ADP RUN and Replicon for ADP Workforce Now products, which are available for purchase exclusively from within the ADP Marketplace.


About the transfer workflow

In ADP:

  1. Administrator creates employees and contractors in ADP.

In Replicon:

  1. Administrator transfers employees and contractors to Replicon as users.
  2. Employees record time in Replicon.
  3. Replicon calculates employees’ paid hours.
  4. Payroll manager creates a pay run in Replicon using the Payroll Workbench.
  5. Payroll manager transfers pay data to ADP.

In ADP:

  1. Payroll manager accepts and approves the pay data import in ADP.
  2. Payroll manager processes payroll in ADP.


Using the Replicon for ADP products

Refer to the following topics for more information about Replicon for ADP RUN and Replicon for ADP Workforce Now:


FAQs

Can we use this integration if we aren’t using ADP RUN or ADP Workforce Now?

No. All customers can create flat-file integrations with ADP products via our Payroll Workbench, but to use these API transfers, you must be using Replicon for ADP RUN or Replicon for ADP Workforce Now available only through the ADP Marketplace.

Who should we contact if we have questions?

You can contact Replicon Support if you have questions about using Replicon.

How can we stay up to date on updates and changes made to these Replicon and the ADP integrations?

Replicon publishes release notes every week – any notable changes to these two ADP integrations will be mentioned there. You can subscribe to have the release notes delivered to your inbox.