Agentnoon vs ChartHop
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|Time to Implement||<24 hours||3-6 months|
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More reasons why Agentnoon is the best ChartHop alternative.
Easy-to-understand features that don't require weeks of training. Simple UX built for leaders.
Get started in hours not months. Integrations with spreadsheets, and 100+ HRIS, ATS, and Payroll systems.
Use org charts and analytics that load instantly. Built on the latest tech. As real-time as it gets.
World Class Support
Constant product improvements that incorporate customer feedback. Dedicated support available 24/7.
Building the best org design and workforce planning software instead of boiling the ocean.
Transparent and flexible pricing that's easy to understand. No hidden fees or usage-based charges.
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See what ChartHop customers have to say.
“It took them over 5 months of our 12-month contract to complete their implementation tasks and resolve issues with integrations.”
“The app is rife with UX bugs; sometimes it just shows incomprehensible errors.”
“The support is not very helpful.”
“Helps us make educated decisions on which business lines are working and which are not. Saves my finance team countless hours."
"Agentnoon has phenomenal customer service and an excellent product. It is an elegant yet straightforward tool that enhances all aspects of our organizational design."
“Agentnoon has allowed us to cut down on manual and time-consuming tasks around labor forecasting while helping us increase transparency. Their team is also extremely responsive and helpful when we have issues or need to create workarounds”
“Very easy to use. Great customer support (could answer any question I had). Really great tool if you are planning in different scenarios. We are using it in our management team to discuss and decide structural/strategic decisions with an impact on team composition.”