Cascade Software


Cascade is a fully integrated HR and payroll system that can be deployed either on-premise or in the cloud. It is suitable for businesses of all sizes and in all industries. Cascade seeks not only to help businesses maintain HR processes, but to offer HR consultation and advice, functioning both as software and as a service.

Cascade focuses on aiding users through the initial purchase, project management, data migration, implementation, training, account management and ongoing support and maintenance of the platform. 

With Cascade, users can manage administrative HR and payroll processes, such as those related to holiday time and absences. The platform can be completely customized to fit the needs of a given business, complete with integrations for existing systems.

Cascade can be purchased on a per user and per module basis, meaning that pricing varies significantly based on the client.


Cascade - Dashboard
  • Cascade - Dashboard
  • Cascade - Employee record
    Employee record
  • Cascade - Org chart
    Org chart
  • Cascade - Payslip
  • Cascade - Planner
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Unix, IBM OS/400, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10

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Laurie from Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

June 2017

June 2017

Workhorse, but dated



Product Quality

Customer Support

It doesn't break or lag; has ability to support complex use case. Ok for tech-savvy person to get the hang of pretty quickly. Not as visually appealing to use as it could be, some technical obstacles requiring help from IT.


Allows simple to complex use of the platform to develop websites. Multiple users can easily edit sites without conflicts. The user interface is pretty easy to figure out once you work with it a bit, uploading images, and editing.


It's a bit clunky. Setting up modules for pages is not in plain language--for me it requires IT to set up all the functionality. Jargon used is not intuitive for the average user for those functions.