Recruitment firms aren’t what they used to be. Gone are the days of consultants flipping through the phone book for new leads, cold calling reception with pseudonyms or chasing nametags at conferences. Now – recruitment firms need to be high-tech. They need to be social media engaged, they need to be agile and cloud-based.
In need of some new software to keep up with the times? Not to worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are the top 5 ATS models that will work for a new-age recruitment company keeping up with the times in 2017:
If you’re looking for an efficient and reliable solution to all your recruitment technology woes – look no further than Talisman Recruitment’s solution. Not only is it powerful, but it combines an ATS, CRM, complete payroll system and vendor managed solution in one go. Perfect for new start-ups that are looking for an out-of-the-box solution that’s ready to use from day 1.
Small to medium sized recruitment firms will find iSmart Recruit a handy tool. It’s affordability and accessibility are its major selling points – along with the fully customizable nature of the dashboard. What it may be lacking in sophisticated features, it makes up for in ease of use. The extensive reporting and analytics functions aren’t too shabby either.
At only $19 a month, Recruitee is one of the most affordable options on the market today. The platform was named ‘best ATS of 2015’ by Recruiting Daily. Consultants will find the platform incredibly fast and easy to use. There is also an emphasis on collaboration, which is so incredibly important in the early days of a recruitment start-up team.
A popular option, and at $50 a month still relatively affordable for small-sized recruitment firms. The platform boasts powerful online sourcing tools as well as a streamlined applicant management interface. The platform allows for easy communication between teams, clients, and candidates in an organised, straightforward fashion. Workable is also available for both desktop and mobile.
A combination CRM and applicant sourcing powerhouse – Job Diva incorporates all major job boards, resume harvesting, a mobile app and access to the largest resume database in the world. It’s garnering top reviews from consultants, however startups that are hoping to save money on their internet packages beware, the platform can be a tad slow unless you’re dishing out for top internet speeds.