Bond International Software www.bondinternationalsoftware.co.uk, the stock market-listed recruitment and HCM specialist, will be attending and sponsoring this year’s REC National Convention, held on 26th October 2010 at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London.
Representatives of Bond International Software will be demonstrating the latest version of its flagship product, Bond Adapt, the specialist portfolio of recruitment software applications.
Used by over 100,000 staffing professionals in 42 countries across the globe, Bond Adapt is the benchmark recruitment software. Fully configurable to clients’ specific requirements, and with over 37 years of development and investment, Adapt is recognised as the world’s leading platform and database independent, web based, multilingual staffing solution.
The REC National Convention is a national, whole-industry event providing a range of opportunities to discuss the key challenges and opportunities facing the industry from a fresh perspective. This year, the Convention is focusing directly on ‘The Future of Recruitment’ and features a programme of world class keynote speakers, interactive seminars from business and industry experts and an exhibition. The event will offer everyone in the recruitment and employment industry an opportunity to be inspired by and take part in a thought leadership event that will provide innovative solutions and creative new approaches to issues that matter in recruitment.
Tim Richards, Managing Director, Bond International Software (UK), comments;
“The REC National Convention is very much a key event for all those in the recruitment industry. The event showcases and encourages forward thinking from within the recruitment industry itself, matching perfectly with our own corporate ethos of constant innovation. Bond Adapt is our flagship product and we are very proud of the place that it holds both in our portfolio and when compared to competitive products.”
P+K Recruitment, an employment agency specialising in the placing of supply teachers across the education sector, will reduce the time taken to complete timesheets and process invoices & payroll from three working days to a maximum of half a day. Taking advantage of its inherent flexibility, Bond Adapt – the recruitment software from Bond International Software, the recruitment & HCM specialist – has been configured to meet the specific business needs of the agency.
P+K Recruitment is an employment agency placing supply teachers in positions across nursery, primary and secondary schools. With offices in Wakefield, Sheffield and Birmingham, the business places over 300 teachers per week.
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As a result, Bond customers using this version will be able to access their Bond Adapt Version 11 systems irrespective of which browser they are accessing the internet through and without time-consuming and costly customisation – a technical advance that sets Bond apart from many of its competitors, who are only able to provide access to their systems through Internet Explorer.
Daniel Richardson, Chief Technology Officer at Bond International Software, comments, “Initially, Internet Explorer held a hugely dominant market share in the browser market, leaving barely 10% of the market for any competitors. However, on account of perceived claims of faster service from alternative browsers, we have seen a dramatic variety in browser adoption, first in Asia-Pac and then across EMEA. Browser independence therefore becomes far more important now than ever before as the methods of internet access have suddenly broadened.”
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This partnership will benefit the customers of both companies by integrating Bond Adapt – the specialist portfolio of recruitment software applications – with the equally powerful and flexible Peoplesoft Staffing back-office system that encompasses payroll, billing, general ledger, payables, receivables and more.
Tim Richards, Managing Director of Bond International Software (UK): “We are very excited about this partnership between Bond and Newbury. Now our global clients will be able to radically improve transparency and efficiency throughout their organisations by having a single integrated solution globally. We see significant ROI being generated as a result.”
As John Weston, Managing Partner of Newbury, notes, “The problem in the past has been that there was no single, scalable solution available for global staffing companies to connect their operations with their financial systems. So over the years, they have been forced to deploy a variety of systems in each country. The result is inconsistent business processes, lost opportunity for economies of scale and over-spending on administrative tasks to keep the payroll, financials and front-office systems in sync. In addition, it has been incredibly difficult to get centralised reporting when you have many different systems across the world.”
Richards continues, “Now our global clients can get the best-in-class Oracle Peoplesoft for Staffing back-office solution integrated with the terrific front-office business process improvements available through Bond Adapt as a single, powerful solution.”
Richards comments, “I believe the benefits created by this partnership with Newbury form an important milestone in the evolution of global staffing software. It is an important part of Bond’s strategy to provide a single integrated solution for human capital supply chain management to the world’s largest recruitment companies.”