Kronos Reviews, Pricing, and Key Info

Learn about Kronos’s workforce management software for businesses. Includes info on Kronos, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on November 25th, 2019

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Kronos is a workforce management platform for businesses. Kronos’s solutions include time and attendance, HR and Payroll, and labor analytics. Businesses can use Kronos to efficiently manage HR processes.

Pricing:

Kronos does not list pricing on their website. You can contact Kronos to get a tailored quote based on your business needs.

Kronos Reviews
Review:

Pros: Great payroll, and time and attendance capabilities.

Cons: The manual accrual feature does not allow for mass editing and has to be done individually which is time consuming.

Bottomline: Fantastic workforce management solution with all the tools required to automate tedious HR processes.

Key Information:

Founder

Mark S. Ain

Founded

1977

Headquarters

Lowell, MA

Number of Employees

5,600

Number of Customers

20,000

CEO

Aron Ain

Address

900 Chelmsford Street, Lowell, MA 01851, United States

Phone

+1 978-250-9800

Website

www.kronos.com

News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

December 13, 2018

Kronos and IBM explore AI in the workplace

FAQs:

Is there a Kronos free trial?

No free trial is available for Kronos.

What are some Kronos alternatives?

Customer Reviews:

Chad Brooks

Reviewed: May 08, 2019

Source: business.com

Kronos is the best time and attendance system for time tracking and management because it is a sophisticated solution that offers all the features and tools needed to manage your organization's time needs.

Motoxrdr21

Reviewed: Dec 08, 2015

Source: Reddit

I honestly could not recommend Kronos. Support is expensive, for the absolute basic 8x5 support contract it was just shy of $8k/yr for our 200 user on-prem deployment. I ran into at least a dozen times over a 3yr period where we'd call for support & they'd pull the "this will be a billable configuration change" card & on top of it they wanted $12k to assist with a version upgrade (not to perform, but to help with planning & be on-hand for support during).

Chunkyrice

Reviewed: Dec 04, 2017

Source: Reddit

Kronos. It's frantic as heck when those Sunday mornings to schedule your next pay period hit 0800 and everyone's keying their schedule in. They recently upgraded the platform to be Adobe Flash based so it's slow as heck and doesn't work with their old iOS/Android apps that's designed for it though or your basic browser on your mobile phones.

WorkerBee

Reviewed: Nov 15, 2016

Source: AskManager.org

Kronos is super slow software, even if everybody isn’t on it at the same time.