Recruity

A state-of-the-art software system for supporting your recruitment.

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Recruity is a state-of-the-art applicant tracking system, intended to save your investment in recruitment and to use it efficiently. One of the benefits of Recruity is freedom of choice. You decide whether you run our system in-house, or you choose to use it via the internet...
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Recruity
A state-of-the-art software system for supporting your recruitment.
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A decade ago, automation was an unknown term in the recruitment world. The hiring manager relied more on their cognitive skills over the computer brain to pull out the right resume from the listed profiles.      But, in the last few years, things have changed. The computer errors are minimized, and their intellectual capabilities are enhanced. The candidates’ profiles are matched accurately, and the whole process of parsing resumes has been improved. For all this, the credit goes to Automation tools or ATS (Applicant Tracking Software).      Today by simply entering a keyword with particular skill sets, ATS fetches a long list of employees that matches the employer’s criteria. ATS helps to improve the overall hiring quality for the firms.        ( Image Source: Jobscan)   The recruitment vendors reckon this opportunity and reap the benefits just like their other counterparts, for instance, software for Account Management, Inventory Management, Customer Management (CRM), Marketing & Sales Management.      Job Tracking Software is used for,           Job posting      E-mail marketing      Resume importing      Resume parsing      Candidate tracking      Chatbots to interact with candidates      Background Screening      Reporting and analytics    There are dozens of Application Tracking System available in the market, and it is estimated to grow at the rate of 14.6% from 2016 to 2021. More than 90% of Fortune 500 Companies are currently using an applicant tracking system. Here we compare two of the popular Application Tracking System Vultus Recruit vs. Zenefits.      Vultus Recruit Vs. Zenefits    Do I need ATS or CRM?     First, let us understand what CRM and ATS are.   CRM stands for customer relationship management. Your CRM system should provide an instant understanding of what's happening with every customer (job seekers) and prompt you with actions for that person. In short, it is used to strengthen the relationship between candidates and recruiters. The goal of a recruitment CRM is to help recruiters to stay in touch with passive candidates and contact them whenever a position to their experience is out.      ATS is a compliance tool for candidate management, while CRM is a pool of all passive and active candidates, as well as all previous applicants in your system.      ATS is generally used by in-house recruiters who are hiring for their own small company, while CRM is used by recruitment agencies who are hiring for multiple external clients.      Recruiters who maintain their talent pools with CRM systems can make better, data-driven hiring decisions. Because with CRM they can,           Record prospect and acquired customer information      Record and track customer interactions      Record and track customer meetings, demonstrations and presentations      Customer marketing activity      Reporting and data analysis    ATS or Recruitment Software Alternatives    BambooHR      Zoho Recruit      Oracle PeopleSoft      ApplicantStack      Bullhorn ATS & CRM      ADP Workforce Now      Paylocity      UltiPro      Paychex Flex      Workday HCM    Now, circling back to the question: ATS or CRM?   Some believe that you don’t need CRM when you have ATS software, which is true if your purpose is only to filter the potential candidates for a given role. CRM has a broader purpose than simply hiring candidates. It is designed to build long term relationships with job seekers or applicants. It means all kinds of candidates, active as well as passive.      Wrapping Up: It goes a long way to board talent for an employer; picking up the right tool that is cost-effective as well as productive in recruitment could save hours and, more importantly, make the entire recruitment process smooth.
A decade ago, automation was an unknown term in the recruitment world. The hiring manager relied more on their cognitive skills over the computer brain to pull out the right resume from the listed profiles.      But, in the last few years, things have changed. The computer errors are minimized, and their intellectual capabilities are enhanced. The candidates’ profiles are matched accurately, and the whole process of parsing resumes has been improved. For all this, the credit goes to Automation tools or ATS (Applicant Tracking Software).      Today by simply entering a keyword with particular skill sets, ATS fetches a long list of employees that matches the employer’s criteria. ATS helps to improve the overall hiring quality for the firms.        ( Image Source: Jobscan)   The recruitment vendors reckon this opportunity and reap the benefits just like their other counterparts, for instance, software for Account Management, Inventory Management, Customer Management (CRM), Marketing & Sales Management.      Job Tracking Software is used for,           Job posting      E-mail marketing      Resume importing      Resume parsing      Candidate tracking      Chatbots to interact with candidates      Background Screening      Reporting and analytics    There are dozens of Application Tracking System available in the market, and it is estimated to grow at the rate of 14.6% from 2016 to 2021. More than 90% of Fortune 500 Companies are currently using an applicant tracking system. Here we compare two of the popular Application Tracking System Vultus Recruit vs. Zenefits.      Vultus Recruit Vs. Zenefits    Do I need ATS or CRM?     First, let us understand what CRM and ATS are.   CRM stands for customer relationship management. Your CRM system should provide an instant understanding of what's happening with every customer (job seekers) and prompt you with actions for that person. In short, it is used to strengthen the relationship between candidates and recruiters. The goal of a recruitment CRM is to help recruiters to stay in touch with passive candidates and contact them whenever a position to their experience is out.      ATS is a compliance tool for candidate management, while CRM is a pool of all passive and active candidates, as well as all previous applicants in your system.      ATS is generally used by in-house recruiters who are hiring for their own small company, while CRM is used by recruitment agencies who are hiring for multiple external clients.      Recruiters who maintain their talent pools with CRM systems can make better, data-driven hiring decisions. Because with CRM they can,           Record prospect and acquired customer information      Record and track customer interactions      Record and track customer meetings, demonstrations and presentations      Customer marketing activity      Reporting and data analysis    ATS or Recruitment Software Alternatives    BambooHR      Zoho Recruit      Oracle PeopleSoft      ApplicantStack      Bullhorn ATS & CRM      ADP Workforce Now      Paylocity      UltiPro      Paychex Flex      Workday HCM    Now, circling back to the question: ATS or CRM?   Some believe that you don’t need CRM when you have ATS software, which is true if your purpose is only to filter the potential candidates for a given role. CRM has a broader purpose than simply hiring candidates. It is designed to build long term relationships with job seekers or applicants. It means all kinds of candidates, active as well as passive.      Wrapping Up: It goes a long way to board talent for an employer; picking up the right tool that is cost-effective as well as productive in recruitment could save hours and, more importantly, make the entire recruitment process smooth.

A decade ago, automation was an unknown term in the recruitment world. The hiring manager relied more on their cognitive skills over the computer brain to pull out the right resume from the listed profiles.     

But, in the last few years, things have changed. The computer errors are minimized, and their intellectual capabilities are enhanced. The candidates’ profiles are matched accurately, and the whole process of parsing resumes has been improved. For all this, the credit goes to Automation tools or ATS (Applicant Tracking Software).     

Today by simply entering a keyword with particular skill sets, ATS fetches a long list of employees that matches the employer’s criteria. ATS helps to improve the overall hiring quality for the firms.     

 

( Image Source: Jobscan)  

The recruitment vendors reckon this opportunity and reap the benefits just like their other counterparts, for instance, software for Account Management, Inventory Management, Customer Management (CRM), Marketing & Sales Management.     

Job Tracking Software is used for,          

  • Job posting     
  • E-mail marketing     
  • Resume importing     
  • Resume parsing     
  • Candidate tracking     
  • Chatbots to interact with candidates     
  • Background Screening     
  • Reporting and analytics
       

There are dozens of Application Tracking System available in the market, and it is estimated to grow at the rate of 14.6% from 2016 to 2021. More than 90% of Fortune 500 Companies are currently using an applicant tracking system. Here we compare two of the popular Application Tracking System Vultus Recruit vs. Zenefits.     

Vultus Recruit Vs. Zenefits 

 

Do I need ATS or CRM?  

 

First, let us understand what CRM and ATS are.  

CRM stands for customer relationship management. Your CRM system should provide an instant understanding of what's happening with every customer (job seekers) and prompt you with actions for that person. In short, it is used to strengthen the relationship between candidates and recruiters. The goal of a recruitment CRM is to help recruiters to stay in touch with passive candidates and contact them whenever a position to their experience is out.     

ATS is a compliance tool for candidate management, while CRM is a pool of all passive and active candidates, as well as all previous applicants in your system.     

ATS is generally used by in-house recruiters who are hiring for their own small company, while CRM is used by recruitment agencies who are hiring for multiple external clients.     

Recruiters who maintain their talent pools with CRM systems can make better, data-driven hiring decisions. Because with CRM they can,          

  • Record prospect and acquired customer information     
  • Record and track customer interactions     
  • Record and track customer meetings, demonstrations and presentations     
  • Customer marketing activity     
  • Reporting and data analysis
       

ATS or Recruitment Software Alternatives   

  • BambooHR     
  • Zoho Recruit     
  • Oracle PeopleSoft     
  • ApplicantStack     
  • Bullhorn ATS & CRM     
  • ADP Workforce Now     
  • Paylocity     
  • UltiPro     
  • Paychex Flex     
  • Workday HCM
       

Now, circling back to the question: ATS or CRM?  

Some believe that you don’t need CRM when you have ATS software, which is true if your purpose is only to filter the potential candidates for a given role. CRM has a broader purpose than simply hiring candidates. It is designed to build long term relationships with job seekers or applicants. It means all kinds of candidates, active as well as passive.     

Wrapping Up: It goes a long way to board talent for an employer; picking up the right tool that is cost-effective as well as productive in recruitment could save hours and, more importantly, make the entire recruitment process smooth.

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