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Runtime HRMS allows you to manage multiple businesses within one account. Easily switch between businesses without logging out.
Sometimes companies need to manage Payroll & HR for multiple businesses when there is more than one legal entity within a corporate group. Another reason one may need to manage multiple companies is in the case of Payroll or HR outsourcing businesses, as they may have multiple clients.
Runtime HRMS allows you to manage such cases very easily.
When you signup for the first time, you are asked to add a business by providing business name, country, address etc. details. This first business comes with a free trial of 30 days, where you can evaluate the product and try all features before actually buying the subscription.
Here's how the Add new business screen looks like:
Similar to the above process, you can add new businesses after you have added your first free (trial) business. To do so, click on your name at top right of the page and then click on 'Businesses' link.
The following page will display list of your existing businesses. Click on the 'Add Business' button at top right of the page.
You will again see a similar screen as you saw when you added your first business after signup.
Select your subscription plan, no. of employees, subscription duration and provide some basic info like your business name, country and address details. Click on 'Next' to preview your selections as shown below:
This summary will display the amount payable based on your selection like plan, no. of employees and duration of subscription. Click 'Proceed' to continue. You will be directed to the payment page. Once you complete the payment, you will land back on the list of businesses page and it will include your newly created business!
From here, you can simply select your new business and start.
You can add up-to 3 free subscriptions in one account. Once you have created all 3 free subscriptions, you will see a message saying
"Free business limit exceeded. Up-to 3 free businesses can be added per account."
Apart from the Administrator account (that you used to signup for the first time), whenever you create a new user in your account, it does not belong to any business. You need to grant access to new (or old) users to specific businesses in your account.
Click on your name at top right and select 'Users' from the menu. The following page will list down all the users in your account. To create a new user, click on 'Add User'. Read this article for more information on creating new users.
Once a user is created, click on the three dots (...) at end of the list and select 'User Access' option.
Next page will display name of selected user at top and list of all your businesses below that. Select the businesses to which you want to grant access to this user.
After selecting businesses, select the items from list of user access areas to grant access to the selected user.
Don't forget to click on 'Save' at bottom of the page.
Runtime HRMS provides a very easy way to manage multiple businesses from one login. Moreover, it also allows you to have multiple users across different accounts and manage user access with highly flexible options.