Recruitment CRMs offer users a multitude of features which help recruitment businesses efficiently manage their jobs, applicants and clients and nearly every other area of their operations.
Because there are so many features available, it can be difficult to figure out exactly which ones your business actually needs. At its core, recruitment CRMs are all about keeping information from different sources organised, so that they are easily accessible whenever or wherever you need them. For recruitment businesses, traditional email, mobile, and other address books likely won’t be enough — and those methods aren’t sustainable solutions for the long term.
If you’re looking for a better way to store and manage your business information, recruitment CRMs are the best solution for your business. It also acts as an entire database for all types of insights on an agency’s day-to-day business, including applicant information, job application histories and the ways and times applicants and clients have interacted with your company.
Additionally, a recruitment CRM can act as a contact management system for other parties you rely on to keep your business afloat, such as vendors, affiliates, business partners and more. As with all other lists, these contacts can include all types of information and can be labeled and categorized based on their specific attributes.