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What is IRIS Cascade?
Cascade is a cloud-based HR and payroll solution that caters to businesses of all sizes across various industries. It can also be deployed on-premise. Cascade not only helps businesses to maintain HR processes but also offers HR consultation and advice. Cascade aides 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. Cascade's Self Service module helps users provide their employees with tools to update their personal surveys, complete surveys and submit training course applications. With the solution's 'Wo...
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Izaak from Birketts LLP
Company Size: 501-1,000 employees
Industry: Law Practice
Time Used: Less than 12 months
Review Source: Capterra
A Cascade to HR
+ Requesting Holiday and viewing planner easy + Drop down menu to view all pages is easy way of navigating.
- The click and drag method of booking holiday can be a little annoying and not work properly sometimes. - overall the look of the system is dated
Laurie from Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago
Company Size: 1,001-5,000 employees
Industry: Primary/Secondary Education
Time Used: More than 2 years
Workhorse, but dated
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.