We look at Broadbean, Idibu and Logic Melon, if you are not already using one of these services they could save you some time and can be integrated with your recruitment website design for complete efficiency.
Broadbean has been around for nearly 10 years and is part of UK based global digital recruitment group Evenbase who also own Jobsite in the UK. Their online recruitment software supports 35,000 recruiters globally and they have a team of over 90 staff in the UK and Europe.
The Broadbean product offers multiple job board posting to 1000’s of sites, internal and external CV searching, referral programs, publishing of jobs to social media networks and has a suite of bolt-on services.
The job posting aspect includes performance management, integrates with current systems, candidate management including shortlisting and contacting in bulk and a job vetting option to prevent any potential issues with vacancy content.
They have won numerous awards from the likes of ONREC and Deloitte and list a client base which includes Adecco, Hays and Randstad.
Boasting ease of setup and the ability to save thousands in costs and man hours at a competitive price Idibu focus on advert distribution, job posting and applicant tracking, and deliver their services to SME’s, start-ups and large firms like Michael Page.
Idibu covers 1000 job boards and social networks and mainly focuses on the UK; they are adding global networks and promise to integrate job boards on request.
They describe their unique product in the marketplace Apfilter which creates surveys that can be sent to candidates or attached to job adverts that are used to filter candidates based on their answers and deliver the most relevant as priority.
Apfilter can also assist with searching and can be utilised with a main database.
LogicMelon too offers a time saving single interface which tracks responses and gathers CV’s together for easy shortlisting. They offer an installation and build which can be tailored to the customer and tools which can track the ROI from job boards in use.
LogicMelon have locations in the UK and South Africa and offer individual products which cover and manage each step of the recruitment process and can be bought independently or a combination of.
They offer a quota management tool which can prevent overspend and list the job boards they work free and paid on the website.
LogicMelon have been finalists for a number of awards from key organisations in 2012 and already have 2013 nominations.
If you are considering a change to your recruitment website design or are a start-up then now may be the time to look providers like these, Strategies are always available for independent expert advice.