TrackerRMS and DaXtra Technologies partner to provide recruiters with powerful CV search technology
- The Applicant Tracking System TrackerRMS has integrated a Daxtra Technologies component that will enhance their candidate search capabilities.
- Users will benefit of a single point of entry to search throughout both their internal database and external online resources.
- The system will return a single shortlist where the most relevant candidates will be ranked by relevancy.
Thanks to the new partnership, recruitment agencies and staffing companies using TrackerRMS will benefit from an enhanced client relationship manager (CRM), which will now provide a single point of entry to search for candidates throughout both their internal database and external online resources.
This integration won’t just prevent TrackerRMS users from having to log in and out several times. It will also provide recruiters with the ability to get a single shortlist where the most relevant candidates from their internal database and the internet are ranked by relevancy.
TrackerRMS has previously been using DaXtra’s CV parsing software – daXtraParser – to automatically extract information from CVs and load it onto the TrackerRMS platform saving hours of manual work and allowing users to focus on actually making placements.
David Alonso, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at TrackerRMS, describes, “As Recruitment Software providers, our priority is to provide the user with the best experience, and by integrating Daxtra tools within our system, our users will see an improvement in their efficiency save time on admin tasks and find the best candidates.”
Steve Finch, Founder and Chief Technology Officer at DaXtra Technologies, comments, “The ability to search and capture candidate information is one of the most important functionalities in software tools for recruitment. The new partnership will benefit both of parts. It will enhance our offering to the Applicant Tracking software market and at the same time TrackerRMS users will benefit of a contextualised search and a reduction on administrative overheads.”