Capital gains for Leeds software firm Cascade

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A top London law firm has invested in a new human resources system from Leeds-based software provider Cascade.

Boodle Hatfield LLP picked Cascade’s system with the aim of improving access to personal information for self-service users and delivering greater reporting functionality.

The law firm’s HR director, Katie Kirkhope, said: “We need the tools to appoint and support the best candidates, whilst thinking strategically as the firm evolves, and the ability to provide analytical HR data to support strategic thinking.

“We began fresh marketplace research and were keen to find a system that provided us with quick, easy-access reporting and a good self-service experience.”

She added: “With Cascade, we’ll have an engaging, easy-to-use system at our fingertips, with intuitive functionality which produces detailed, value-adding reports in only a few clicks.”

Cascade client services director Heather Vitty said: “Whilst our software is suitable for virtually any private or third sector organisation, we have a very pronounced presence in the world of law.

“I’m delighted that we now have another legal client – especially one of such pedigree – to add to our list.”

Cascade is part of IRIS Human Capital Management, one of the UK’s largest providers of people-critical business software, with nearly 40,000 customers and more than 300 employees.

For more details on Cascade and what it has to offer, visit www.cascadehr.co.uk.

Established in 1722, Boodle Hatfield LLP acts for people and businesses in the UK and overseas.

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