Compare Common Benefits and Summit - Jun 2022

Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / Jun 12, 2022

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Bottom Line: Which is Better - Common Benefits or Summit?

Summit is more expensive to implement (TCO) than Common Benefits, Summit is rated higher (84/100) than Common Benefits (82/100). Common Benefits offers more features (2) to their users than Summit (1).

Looking for the right Benefits Administration solution for your business? buyers like you are primarily concerned about the real total implementation cost (TCO), full list of features, vendor reliability, user reviews, pros and cons. In this article we compare between the 2 software products:

How Common Census compares with Symphony SUMMIT?

Common Census: Common Census makes enrolling and managing employee benefits simple. We build secure, reliable, competitively priced technology that connects insurance carriers, producers, enrollment companies, third party administrators, and human resource departments. With over two decades of experience, Common Census has developed hundreds of custom solutions f...

Symphony SUMMIT: Symphony SUMMIT, backed by the $2.5Bn Symphony Technology Group, is a leading provider of a private and public cloud-based IT Operations Management Solution to enterprises and service providers. Our flagship product – “SUMMIT”- is an advanced ITIL 2011 Certified solution that unifies key applications across Service Management, Asset Management, Ava...

Who's more expensive? Common Benefits or Summit?

The real total cost of ownership (TCO) of Benefits Administration software includes the software license, subscription fees, software training, customizations, hardware (if needed), maintenance & support and other related services. When calculating the TCO it's important to add all of these "hidden cost" as well. We prepared a TCO calculator for Common Benefits and Summit.

Common Benefits price Has a free version , on a scale between 1 to 10 Common Benefits is rated 2, which is much lower than the average cost of Benefits Administration software. Summit price starts at $40 per user/month , when comparing Summit to their competitors, the software is rated 4 - lower than the average Benefits Administration software cost.

Bottom line:Summit is more expensive than Common Benefits.

Which software includes more/better features?

As with any business software solutions, it’s important to consider the features & functionality. The tool should support the processes, workflows, reports and needs that matter to your team. To help you evaluate this, we've compared Common Benefits Vs. Summit based on some of the most important and required Benefits Administration features. Common Benefits: Benefits Administration, Employee Self-Service. Summit: Fixed Asset Management.

Target customer size

Common Benefits's typical customers include: Small, medium and large size businesses, and Summit's target customer size include: Small, medium and large size businesses.

Common Benefits

ITQlick rating
(4.4/5)

Has a free version

Common Benefits is a benefits administration software for brokers, carriers, and HR managers to connect and administer employees to information concerning administration programs and benefits.

Categories: UCaaS Providers, Online CRM, Self-Service Portal, Applicant Tracking.

Summit

ITQlick rating
(5/5)

starts at $40 per user/month

Summit now PrismHR offers cloud based complete and integrated HR solutions that offer applicant tracking, benefits administration, payroll, and general ledger among other solutions. Founded in 1982 Summit softw...

Categories: Self-Service Portal, Configuration management.

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Common Benefits: 2 Features

Benefits Administration
Employee Self-Service

Summit: 1 Features

Fixed Asset Management
ITQlick rating ITQlick Rating is based on the software score (below) and aggregated online reviews
ITQlick score ITQlick Score is a 1 to 100, the calculation is based on pricing, and functionality Vs. alternative solutions
Pricing score pricing Score is a 1 to 10 (10 is high cost), based on the TCO (cost of licences, customizations, training, hardware when relevant) Vs. alternative solutions
License pricing license pricing (if provided by the software vendor)
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Common B...
ITQlick rating
4.4/5
Score
82/100
Pricing
2/10
License pricing
Has a free version
Functionality
12
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Summit
ITQlick rating
5/5
Score
84/100
Pricing
4.2/10
License pricing
$40 per user/month
Functionality
3
Review
Benelogic
ITQlick rating
4/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
5.6/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
3
Decisely
ITQlick rating
4.6/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
7/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
4
PX3000
ITQlick rating
4.7/5
Score
90/100
Pricing
6.2/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
3
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Shlomi holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information System Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 15 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant, and implementation expert for small, medium and large size (global) companies.