COMPOSE Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between COMPOSE and typical out-of-the-box software solutions?
COMPOSE has a standard infrastructure that allows you to configure functionality based on your unique requirements and business processes regardless of complexity. In fact, the software was developed in layers to simplify the configuration process. The core layer can easily be extended to handle client specific business processes. You have all the benefits of a custom solution without any of the upgrade pain. Most software vendors show you how their software works – Decusoft asks you how you want our software to work for you.
How is COMPOSE priced?
Our standard software pricing is based on the total number of active employees tracked within Compose. You may purchase Compose as a license or on a subscription basis. The solution may be hosted on premise, by a third–party or hosted by Decusoft. Compose pricing is inclusive, covering Merit, Bonus and LTI modules. It is also quite scalable, allowing you to implement the solution for your entire organization or for business units as a more phased approach.
How long does it take to implement COMPOSE?
Software implementations are notorious for hidden costs, last minute surprises, costly over runs and long, drawn out implementation schedules. Decusoft tailors your implementation schedule to meet your needs. Although each implementation is unique, our standard software implementation (needs assessment, design, structure, testing, deployment and training) is typically completed in as little as 90 days.
What makes COMPOSE configurable or customizable?
COMPOSE has a standard infrastructure that allows you to configure traditional functionality based on your requirements. The product was developed in layers to simplify the configuration and customization processes. This allows you to define the look–and–feel of your own grids.
Will COMPOSE work with my existing HRIS system?
Absolutely! Because Compose is platform agnostic it can bolt on to any existing ERP, HRIS or payroll system.