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Recruiting software offers guarantee of increased performance and production

Filed under: Recruitment General — Jonathan on April 23, 2013

Darwin, the major recruiting software program and popular option among worldwide SME recruiters, has taken to providing a guarantee which states that its system can assist recruiters in processing a maximum of 40 per cent increased work. Therefore, those seeking information security vacancies and other positions through recruitment agencies can expect the process to be smoother and more efficient than ever before.

The firm has managed to develop a unique method of measuring the present performance of an agency as well as an in-house recruitment processes. The no-cost HealthCheck, generated in approximately 15 minutes, provides a report detailing the money and time the agency is wasting on badly implemented processes and inefficient software.

CEO Mike Charter said:

“We’ve been running our complementary agency HealthCheck on every new customer for over a year now, and the results consistently indicate that DARWIN is up to 40% faster at performing common recruitment tasks (like skilling new candidates and liaising with them) than other systems on the market today. This obviously has a significant effect on the agency’s bottom line and overall profitability.

“The HealthCheck identifies precisely which parts of the agency’s recruitment process are inefficient, and where DARWIN can help fill the gap.”

The marked upgrade in the performance of recruiters is largely attributed to the product’s “one Click” actions. Regular tasks such as processing new candidates, searching, mass emailing and importing CVs can now be performed in a matter of seconds, and often with just one click.

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