Once your employees have started recording their time in Replicon, you’ll want to begin regular transfers of calculated pay data back to ADP, so you can process payroll from that application.
Ensure you’ve mapped all relevant earning codes to Replicon pay codes before attempting to transfer pay data.
This topic applies only to customers using our Replicon for ADP RUN or Replicon for ADP Workforce Now products, available exclusively from the ADP Marketplace.
You will transfer pay data using Replicon’s Payroll Workbench.
To transfer data:
You can only transfer one ADP pay frequency at a time.
For example, if users with a Weekly pay frequency have a pay period that runs from Feb 4 - 10, select that exact range for the pay run dates. An error will occur if dates don’t match.
This will send the pay run data to ADP RUN.
In ADP RUN, you’ll find the data imported under Time Sheet Import. You’ll need to select the pay frequency to view the data.
Ensure processing for all previous pay runs for this frequency is complete in ADP before importing a new pay run – you may encounter an error if you don’t.
Do not use the Pay Run Status filter – it doesn’t apply to ADP RUN.
You can find more detailed information at Using Replicon to prepare payroll. Note that some features of the Payroll Workbench are not applicable to Replicon for ADP RUN users.
The most common causes of transfer errors are:
To resolve the error, ensure these dates match.
Ensure all pay runs for that frequency are finalized before transferring a new pay run.
To transfer data:
This will send the pay run data to ADP Workforce Now.
The data is sent as a payroll batch.
Unlike the ADP RUN transfer, when transferring to ADP Workforce Now, previous pay runs do not need to be complete before you can transfer data. Also, you can use the Pay Run Status and Date filter to filter for prior period adjustments.
You can find more detailed information at Using Replicon to prepare payroll.