Our company started in outsourced software development. We created a budget planning tool for a major global client. This development resulted in the creation of a compensation modelling tool linking strategy to compensation. Our award-winning software solution was first released in Australia in 2004 and eeStrategy was launched in the US in 2012. Our technology is now used to support compensation modelling and compensation review activities globally.
eeStrategy is the world’s first and only provider of value-based compensation technology.
Why choose us?
We can help you conquer your compensation challenges and use compensation strategies to add real value to your company.
We know how important it is that you get the right strategy in place for the health of your company.
We understand the complexity of compensation and we can help you make it manageable through technology.
Our algorithms go far beyond lists, weightings, and spreadsheets to reflect the intrinsic complexities that must be included in performance metrics.
eeCompensation provides the configuration flexibility of a spreadsheet in a secure, robust, scalable online framework, without the two-dimensional modeling limitations inherent in spread sheet-based tools.
Why buy a compensation review tool that only deals with a quarter of your job?
Corporations must be able to constantly access, analyse, and synthesize multiple streams of information about compensation in order to be more efficient, effective, and profitable.
eeCompansation works all year to help you do your job better and get better outcomes.
We can segment the employee base to prioritize in any dimensions to ensure the right granularity of budget allocation at any employee segment level (department/manager hierarchy/gender/geography/etc).
Delivered from the cloud or in-house, our technology suite enables our clients to synthesize multiple complex dimensions into information that is understandable and usable.
Senior executives want to reward and retain their employees appropriately, especially top performers within budget.
Compensation and compensation executives shouldn’t be transactional. Compensation should be a vital part of overall corporate strategy.
Value-Based Compensation is effective.
Too simple can be a bad thing. A more complete and complex review is a fairer way to reflect performance.
Spreadsheets are a thing of the past. Any calculation or analysis currently done in Excel can be superseded with our technology.
Line managers should not have to be compensation experts. We give them just enough information.