We are looking to transfer our CRM into more of an ATS approach. Can you give me your feedback on which one we should look more into? Thank you.

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Hi Katherine,
I would love the opportunity to show you around our application, Newton. Newton is web-based, easy-to-use, powerful, and requires almost no implementation or training. Your team could be up and running in days not weeks and our prices are great. http://www.newtonsoftware.com/pricing.html. We also have a big summer of releases planned. see http://www.newtonsoftware.com/blog/2009/06/30/summer-plans-revealed...

Joel
Although our approach has been to utilize more of a CRM (our current software choice), have you reviewed some of the others like Taleo, Gopher, PCRecruiter, BigBiller, etc....I know of quite a few, and have contacts for them if you are interested.

P.S. It wasn't a process filled with choices! We went through several lists of providers with very few of them supporting the Mac (we use Mac's). iCIMS was a major one. That might be an issue for you unless you are ok with using Firefox, and keeping your service web-based.


Deb
Joel showed me his solution a couple of months back. I liked it.

Joel Passen said:
Hi Katherine,
I would love the opportunity to show you around our application, Newton. Newton is web-based, easy-to-use, powerful, and requires almost no implementation or training. Your team could be up and running in days not weeks and our prices are great. http://www.newtonsoftware.com/pricing.html. We also have a big summer of releases planned. see http://www.newtonsoftware.com/blog/2009/06/30/summer-plans-revealed...

Joel
What do you mean by fairest? Our system relies on pre-assessing candidates for easy job/fit identification. Do you use any type of assessments in your recruitment process?
Do you use it?

Amitai Givertz said:
Joel showed me his solution a couple of months back. I liked it.

Joel Passen said:
Hi Katherine,
I would love the opportunity to show you around our application, Newton. Newton is web-based, easy-to-use, powerful, and requires almost no implementation or training. Your team could be up and running in days not weeks and our prices are great. http://www.newtonsoftware.com/pricing.html. We also have a big summer of releases planned. see http://www.newtonsoftware.com/blog/2009/06/30/summer-plans-revealed...

Joel
Have you heard of icims? What do you think of this corporate software? I heard a radio show on RecruiterEarth that got me to check out their demo. It looked good, but I would like to get you outlook since you are in the space. What do you think?



Jessica Meher - Akken said:
Hi Katherine,

There are so many solutions out there, some similar, some very different but it's difficult to recommend something without knowing more detail about your needs and problems that need solving . I am assuming you are corporate HR, so in that case I would take a look at HRMDirect or maybe Taleo to start. What are you not getting out of your current software that's pushing you to switch?

Regards,
Jessica M
Hi Katherine, quick question, what software are you using now. Sounds like from your last comment you want to know if anyone has used icims and on your RecruitingBlogs.com profile you say you can't live without icims so help me understand. We here sometimes get taken for rides. It's always a fun ride though
I added that I could not live without my ATS. We did make the switch to icims. I updated my profile when we purchased it.

Slouch said:
Hi Katherine, quick question, what software are you using now. Sounds like from your last comment you want to know if anyone has used icims and on your RecruitingBlogs.com profile you say you can't live without icims so help me understand. We here sometimes get taken for rides. It's always a fun ride though
That's great news. I'd love to talk with you more about icims and see what you like about it and what made you decide to switch. can you direct message me here on the site with your phone number or company name and I can give you a call. says on your profile you work for MTV is that where I can reach you? Let me know. Thanks.

Katherine Wilde said:
I added that I could not live without my ATS. We did make the switch to icims. I updated my profile when we purchased it.

Slouch said:
Hi Katherine, quick question, what software are you using now. Sounds like from your last comment you want to know if anyone has used icims and on your RecruitingBlogs.com profile you say you can't live without icims so help me understand. We here sometimes get taken for rides. It's always a fun ride though

There are may good options for companies across a broad range of needs.

 

On the higher end, options such as Taleo have a wide range of functionality to suit the needs of more sophisticated, larger corporations that may have multiple HR managers and recruiting departments.  This added feature set also requires more time to learn the application and comes at a higher price point.

 

For small to mid-sized businesses there is a range of Applicant Tracking Systems that have rich functionality, but don't have "all the bells and whistles" of the higher-end products.  These ATS products are easy-to-use, don't require a lot of training, and come at a fraction of the price point of some of the larger systems.

 

One ATS used by hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses is the one our company offers, ApplicantStack, www.applicantstack.com, which has been in the market since 2007.

 

To make it easy and low risk to get up and running, we have an online product demo and we offer a Free 30-day no-risk trial.  This seems to be working well for people looking for ATS systems as well as for our company because the majority of people who have signed up for the free trial have: i) signed up as customers and ii) have stayed with us over the long haul. 

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