The competitive nature of the staffing and recruiting industry means every second counts. Whether it’s redundant data entry or inconvenient downtime, it’s time to step back and ask:
Have you pushed your current staffing software solution to the limit?
For many staffing and recruiting professionals today, the answer to this question is “no.” For many others, this question goes unanswered for reasons like, “I don’t know what good staffing software looks like,” or, “My software seems to work fine.” Unfortunately, in this industry, those answers result in lost revenue, missed placements, or wasted expenses.
The ideal staffing software program or applicant tracking system contains innovative technology and robust features that yield powerful results consistently. Evaluating different staffing software vendors that offer diverse platforms and functionality is overwhelming for most organisations. This challenge, on top of the high cost of switching to and implementing a new system, makes it evident why so many subpar competitors still exist. Shortcomings such as significant downtime, weak industry presence, limited scalability, and a lack of innovation are all signs of inadequate staffing software, and should be viewed as red flags to any recruiting professional.
A truly robust staffing solution should be scalable and flexible to meet the needs of agencies of all types and sizes. Recruitment agencies looking for the flexibility to add users shouldn’t be limited by their staffing software, whether it’s an on-premise or hosted solution. An agency that has three recruiters today should not be limited by the high costs of moving current data and implementing a completely new system when it comes time to grow. Not only does migration take time and money, but it also involves learning the ins and outs of a completely new system. The scalability characteristic of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) systems offers unlimited growth potential because it allows you to quickly add users, offices, and business lines without incurring massive implementation or opportunity costs.
When looking at vendors in the staffing software industry as a whole, size is strength. Companies that possess a large customer base and greatly depend on the vendor to keep their product running successfully will minimise the risk of downtime. A larger vendor may also dedicate more resources to support and service any customer needs. When staffing professionals spend less time worrying about their software, they spend more time focusing on their jobs and driving revenue.
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Team Lead – Enterprise Solution Consultant, APAC
As GM for Bullhorn’s APAC business, Aaron McIntosh oversees all business functions in the region. He also leads the solutions consulting team locally, ensuring our customers have an incredible experience when transitioning to Bullhorn. He has over 20 years working various roles within the technology industry and joined Bullhorn in 2013 in the London office before relocating back to Australia in 2015. During his tenure, he has helped numerous customers make the move to Bullhorn including Kelly Persol, Ambition, Hudson, and many others. He is passionate about technology and in particular how technology can be used to solve business issues and problems that are inhibiting growth within recruitment businesses.
He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Computing) with Honours from Monash University in Melbourne.
Senior Vice President, Customer Success
As the Senior Vice President of Customer Success, Tamsyn leads Bullhorn’s Services and Customer Success teams. She is responsible for successful delivery of all products and services globally and is committed to creating and maintaining incredible long term customer experiences in the candidate to cash process. Tamsyn has been delivering implementations for over 25 years with companies such as SAP, Ariba, Zuora: specialising in HR, Payroll, Procurement and Quote To Cash capability. She trained as a software engineer after studying Maths, Statistics, and Computing in England.
Director of International Marketing
As the Director of International Marketing at Bullhorn, Catherine is responsible for all international marketing efforts across EMEA and APAC. Catherine has been with Bullhorn based in the Boston office since 2010 and has recently relocated to London. Over her tenure, she’s overseen several marketing functions including demand generation, marketing operations, and events. She is passionate about marketing technology, building high-performing teams, and leveraging both to drive for results. Catherine has a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies from Providence College.
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