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QJumpers named in top 10 for recruitment software

04 Mar 2019

QJumpers, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered recruitment software, has been named by HR Tech Outlook as one of the Top 10 Recruitment Software Solution Providers.

When compiling its annual list, HR Tech Outlook, an enterprise technology magazine that serves senior-level HR leaders, recognises the next generation of recruitment software leaders that drive impact and provide value to the recruitment ecosystem. 

An evaluation panel votes on the top-10 list of organisations after examining their qualifications as best-in-class technology providers.

QJumpers’ recruitment software is designed to engage hiring managers and enable them to collaborate with recruiters during the entire process, improving the likelihood of a quick and successful hire. 

The technology aggregates a comprehensive list of highly qualified candidates by utilising job boards, web sourcing, social media channels, career sites and talent pools. 

QJumpers' Global Search and Match automated headhunting module is fully embedded in its applicant tracking system (ATS) and combines AI search and natural language processing (NLP) to source hard-to-find talent.

“Our goal is to enable organisations to quickly and easily connect with the best candidates,” says QJumpers president Simon Oldham. 

“We are honoured to be named among those who are defining the future of recruitment software.”

QJumpers’ technologies aim to develop a modern approach to finding the best global talent for an organisation’s unique needs. 

“We are on a daring mission to make the job of filling jobs as sweet and smooth as a New Zealand Pavlova (the best dessert on the planet),” the company claims.

“Backed by our technology and tenacity, you can find tomorrow’s candidate today. With customisable workflows, seamless system integration and an intuitive interface, we make collaborative, decentralised decision-making a reality.”

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