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Monday, April 13, 2009


HR Tracking Software Company Exceeds 700 Clients

One HR tracking software company has served more than 700 customers.

iCIMS, the third-largest provider of Software-as-a-Service talent acquisition solutions, has announced it has surpassed the 700 customer mark. The company has managed to add clients such as H&R Block, Biaggi's Restaurants, Baptist Memorial Health Care, SharpShooter Imaging and Rutgers University Foundation.

The company's clients represent almost every industry, country and employee size. iCIMS' software operates on one single-source code to provide clients with a single system for the entire employee tenure.

Small and mid-sized organizations often choose iCIMS' Talent Platform to help manage their pre- and post-hire programs, while larger organizations often choose the company's single platform to replace multiple modules from other companies.

iCIMS' solutions allow small to medium-sized businesses to use the software for: applicant tracking, onboarding, performance management, employee management, surveys and referral programs. This helps companies manage employees quicker and save money.

The company's Talent Platform for larger clients to access iCIMS' localized career centers, geographic and divisional reporting capabilities and multi-lingual employment applications and forms.

"We are incredibly proud of this remarkable achievement," Colin Day, president and CEO of iCIMS, said in a press release. "Over 700 organizations are now using the iCIMS Talent Platform to support their HR initiatives, many of whom are not only taking advantage of our talent acquisition solution but are also utilizing the platform’s end-to-end Talent Management capabilities.

"We are fully confident in our ability to maintain our position as one of the largest providers of talent acquisition solutions, as well as in our ability to continue this momentum and see even more growth within the space," Day continued.


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