I am looking for software that can standardize resumes into a common format. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Alan

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Alan -

Our system will do that by pulling them in and creating a profile automatically - no forms/profiles need to be filled out - just email'ed (or uploaded) resume. Send me a message and we can talk further about it! swhite@hrmdirect.com

Sarah White
Chief Strategy Officer
HRMDirect
Hi Alan,
Shameless plug here.

Take a look at Newton (www.newtonsoftware.com) We are an ATS company that serves enterprises and RPO’s. Newton, our web application, “absorbs” resumes in their original format (.doc, .docx, pdf, txt, html, etc) and then automatically parses them and the candidate’s contact information into your database in rich text format while storing the original document ( in case you want to download it later or send it to someone).

The nice thing about this is that you can store all your resumes in one place (securely on the web) along with notes on candidates and you NEVER to wait for a resume to download if you are just searching your DB for candidates.

There are some short videos on our tech page you can take a look at if you are interested

Joel
Jessica,

Thanks for responding. I am looking into this for an engineer friend who is doing consulting work and starting to farm out engineering talent. He is now at a point where he needs a database, and being an engineer, he feels that everything would look better in the same format.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you can offer; it's always god to learn new things.

Regards,
Alan

Jessica Meher - Akken said:
Hi Alan,

Can you please provide more detail, Why do you need to standardize resumes?

- Jess
Joel,

Thanks for responding! Please send your contact info to alan@alanlarotonda.com so we can discuss after I have taken a look at your website.

Regards,
Alan

Joel Passen said:
Hi Alan,
Shameless plug here.

Take a look at Newton (www.newtonsoftware.com) We are an ATS company that serves enterprises and RPO’s. Newton, our web application, “absorbs” resumes in their original format (.doc, .docx, pdf, txt, html, etc) and then automatically parses them and the candidate’s contact information into your database in rich text format while storing the original document ( in case you want to download it later or send it to someone).

The nice thing about this is that you can store all your resumes in one place (securely on the web) along with notes on candidates and you NEVER to wait for a resume to download if you are just searching your DB for candidates.

There are some short videos on our tech page you can take a look at if you are interested

Joel
Hi Alan

Nice to meet you here . Well I would suggest you a recruitment software which I am personally using and also satisfied with its results ,its Swiftpro's CVPlus Visual 3.0, I must say give it a try and i hope you will like it .For further queries and details you can visit www.swiftpro.com

Regards
Thanks Jane - I'll check it out!

Alan

Jane Adams said:
Hi Alan

Nice to meet you here . Well I would suggest you a recruitment software which I am personally using and also satisfied with its results ,its Swiftpro's CVPlus Visual 3.0, I must say give it a try and i hope you will like it .For further queries and details you can visit www.swiftpro.com

Regards

Try Rectuoso.co.uk - it will store all types of resumes, put them into  a common database, allow you to search through them using different criteria - e.g job title, sector, skills, employment history, area, postcode radius search etc etc. 

Hey Alan,

I work with Humantelligence (Talent Fit recruiting suite) that use artificial intelligence to know the candidate other than what resume says. in this process, a 15 minutes test is conducted and candidate has to answer the questions and then a profile will be made accordingly which can be very helpful to know the behaviors, motivation, productive skills, life priorities etc that can be used to make strategies to retain them, engage them, motivate them etc.

Click link to schedule a demo: https://goo.gl/cV2UHQ

or 

take a self-assessment test: https://goo.gl/V1yTDs

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