Erecruit’s Adapt and LinkedIn Recruiter System Connect Integration Offers Recruiters a New Level of Productivity
Boston, MA – April 24, 2019 – Erecruit, a leading global technology provider and visionary for the staffing industry, has released its first product update of the year for Adapt, its recruitment software for small to mid-sized firms. The release makes Adapt one of the first staffing ATS to offer Recruiter System Connect (RSC), the integration with LinkedIn Recruiter.
This advanced connectivity delivers greater productivity, accuracy and efficiency for recruiters who can now access candidate and client information published on LinkedIn directly within Adapt. LinkedIn, which operates the world’s largest professional network on the internet, has more than 610 million members worldwide.
The integration allows LinkedIn Recruiter seat holders to export LinkedIn basic profile information into candidate records in Adapt, view InMail history and notes, plus view up-to-date candidate profiles all without having to leave Adapt and at no additional cost. Whilst using LinkedIn Recruiter, users can see if a candidate has a record in Adapt, view their interview history, feedback, progress against jobs and open that record in Adapt with one click. It enables consultants to work seamlessly without having to switch between Adapt and LinkedIn and to see the same candidate data in both systems.
Dominic Gallello, President and CEO, Erecruit comments: “Staffing firms are constantly looking for ways to achieve new levels of productivity for their recruiters. This new integration with LinkedIn delivers.”
“Partnering with Erecruit helps to further streamline the candidate sourcing and hiring experience,” says Lee Womer, Senior Director, Business Development at LinkedIn. “We will continue to work closely to provide solutions that deliver even more value for both customers and members.”
More information about how Adapt can help increase recruiters’ productivity and profitability can be found at www.erecruit.com/adapt.
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