Instead of us just telling you how great Sage One is, we asked real-life user Paul Stewart (Uni Baggage) what he thinks of our cloud-based Payroll software.
1. Hi Paul, could you please give me a brief summary of who you are, the name of your business and what you do?
I am a 24 Structural Engineer graduate and founder of Belfast-based courier website UniBaggage.com which transports students belongings to and from University in the UK and worldwide.
2. How many people do you use Sage One Payroll to process payments for?
I currently use Sage One Payroll for 2 employees.
3. How long have you been using Sage One Payroll? What were you using beforehand and why did you change?
I started using Sage One Payroll about 6 months ago. I moved from QuickBooks as the costs were lower and I already used other Sage products such as Sage Pay. I needed to access these services on the go and from multiple computers so Sage One was chosen.
4. What do you love best about Sage One Payroll?
I love being able to pay my employees so fast. I can run Payroll, make BACS payment, send out payslips and see what is owed to HMRC within 20 minutes. It makes Payroll so simple. Tax codes are all calculated for you to ensure your PAYE is accurate.
5. What advice would you give to someone starting out in business / following in your footsteps?
Just get stuck in, there are so many services and websites out there to provide help and guidance with your business. The costs to take your first steps in business are now so low, in my opinion there has never been a better time to start a business.
Start using Sage One Payroll today!
Whether you’re a 1-person business or a company with up to 15 employees, there’s a version of Sage One Payroll for you which is RTI Ready for just £5, £10 or £15 + VAT per month. Take a closer look at http://uk.sageone.com/payroll where you can also sign up for a FREE 30 day trial today!
Uni Baggage at Dublin Web Summit 2013
In the video below, Paul Stewart tells us how Uni Baggage, delivers packages to students in 40 countries worldwide and is set to grow to 110 by the end of the year.
He also shares his thoughts on the Dublin Web Summit and how it’s such a great place for start-ups to network and feel inspired.