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New Software Updates for RecruitingBPM ATS

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - eTradeWire -- Eden Prairie, Minnesota, RecruitBPM today announced major software upgrades for its RecruitingBPM ATS (https://www.recruitbpm.com/applicant-tracking-s...). Timely upgrades are very crucial for the smooth running of any system. These new upgrades will improve the user experience. The new feature upgrade as follows
  • eSkill Integration
  • Quick Search Enhancement
  • Import Email Templates
  • Clone Candidates or Contacts
  • Export Data

e-Skill Integration:

The reason to integrate the e-Skill tool with RecruitBPM ATS is to improve recruiting and assessment of the candidates. It will identify which candidates stand out from the rest. Moreover, it will allow various tests such as employment tests, behavior assessments, and video interviewing tools for hiring and retention.

Quick Search Enhancement:

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Search a record of a candidate just using their mobile number.

Import Email Templates:

Import your customized email templates. Further, you can also set the privacy of these templates to either public or private.

Clone Candidates or Contacts:

Clone records such as notes, emails and contact data.

Export Data:

Now you can also export timesheets, expenses and invoices.

Along with these new upgrades of the features, the dashboard design and interface have also been improved.

About RecruitBPM

RecruitBPM is a leading global ATS company, serving the recruitment industry for more than a decade. RecruitBPM ATS is the best cloud-based talent staffing and acquisition tool. Enhance your recruiting process and make hiring faster, better and cheaper.

For More Information:

Theresa Anderson

Client Relation Success Manager

theresa@recruitbpm.com | +1 952-548-6629 |

Schedule Demo Today (https://www.recruitbpm.com/request-a-live-demo/)

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