provider Avature recently announced in a press release that its newest addition to its line of products, Recruiting CRM, has moved from Beta and is now available to companies that desire to increase their recruiting
abilities through the use of social networking.
Recruiting CRM was built on Avature’s Web 2.0 framework. It utilizes several different advanced sales and contact management features in a way that benefit’s the recruiting software
The Beta version was released back in June of this year at the International Association for Human Resources Information Management conference. Then a particular Fortune 500 was given the product as part of a test run, in order to make sure CRM was ready to be released.
Recruiting CRM allows hiring managers the use of a program that does Internet spidering, e-mail threading, SMS communication, tagging and tag clouds, Boolean and Custom Operators and Live Search. It also offers a variety of other advanced Web 2.0 features.
The user interface has also been designed to be highly customizable. It comes with an optional OFCCP compliance module, multiple language configuration and intelligent parsing algorithms that enable the program to learn any language and adjust itself to international resume formats.
"Recruiters need to build, organize, and regularly communicate with a much larger network of people in order to respond faster to the talent needs of the enterprise. Current recruiting and HR systems
don't provide the functionality required to manage that type of process in a meaningful way," said Dimitri Boylan, who is the company‘s CEO. "At Avature we've harnessed recent Web 2.0 technologies to create a completely different user experience for the busy recruiter or sourcing professional. Blistering speed, less data entry, the ability to organize candidates the way you want to, tools to efficiently and regularly communicate with prospects, and real time dashboards are the keys to high productivity for recruiters and managers. One button resume upload from the Internet, online spreadsheet views of data, and dynamic talent pipelines let recruiters get 'in the zone,' and stay there."
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