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Need Advise, CRM software for recruiting staffing firm

by choco_chum / July 18, 2016 8:15 AM PDT

I have recently joined a staffing agency as a HR manager and I have been assigned with a duty to search and find best applicant tracking system for the company. we tried and tested few but they were not compatible with the new mobile devices causing errors for auto profile making for candidates.

we did some research of and found that "" is offering a 30 days free online trial for its ATS applicant tracking system with all the features a recruiting agency can imagine. we aspire to integrate API's like Google calendar, Microsoft office 365 with this software when implementing and installing.

Is there another software program you can recommend instead? or is any one familiar with RecruitBPM?

Your advice would be very welcome. I've been trying to find something suitable for 2 weeks and it's really affecting my productivity.

Many Thanks

Darren Hayes


Post was last edited on July 18, 2016 8:20 AM PDT

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Here's the thing
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 18, 2016 8:24 AM PDT

I've seen such searches go on for years. There is no best, there is always a cheaper solution and maybe a new one showing up next week. Advice?

Take one and test drive it. If it fits, go on.

As to the free online versions, I have no good things to write as without a revenue stream they will fold and leave you high and dry.

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Thank you
by choco_chum / July 18, 2016 8:27 AM PDT
In reply to: Here's the thing

Thank you for the rapid reply Happy I have asked them for a webinar , a demo so that we can have all the discussions. Fingers crossed!!!

Many Thanks.

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