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A group created for people generally interested in CRM usage for recruiting. Share opinions, ideas, best practices, observations, and ask thought provoking questions.

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Low cost, user friendly, high performing recruiting software

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How do you use the CRM Opportunity entity?

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Application or method for data imcorporation from multiple souces

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Comment by Kelly Taylor on December 4, 2012 at 4:42pm

Question about cost. Do any of you know of any services that provide candidate leads to your CRM and how much do they cost? Based on monthly subscription or volume of leads they provide?

Comment by Cynthia Stutz on February 8, 2012 at 12:53pm

We use the Sugar CRM Community version for sales and need to modify for recruiting work flow.  Does anyone know of Sugar compatible recruiting plug ins?

Resume Parsing, Candidate templates, etc?

Comment by Gopinath Karunamoorthy on January 2, 2011 at 9:18pm

Are you a Recruiter? Be Proud to say it loud!


A group for all professionals who are into “Recruitment” and the one place to share your thoughts / discussions about sourcing strategies, recruitment processes, recruitment job opportunities and network with recruiters from other regions. Let’s join together to analyse and improvise the standards we follow, process we adhere, strategies we know to find the right resource in a cost effective way.

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Comment by Thomas P. Culver on December 2, 2009 at 12:34am
Thanks, will do! Nice spelling on my part:(
Cheers,
Tom
Comment by Michael Johnson on December 1, 2009 at 11:31pm
Thomas, I would suggest you email Darren Morris at ResourcingCRM. He's based in Sydney (but from Melbourne). darren@resourcingcrm.com or +61 3 8621 6633.
Comment by Thomas P. Culver on December 1, 2009 at 9:23pm
Has anybody come across a cloud CRM that was designed speficcaly for recruiters ?
Thanks,
Tom
Comment by Michael Johnson on September 10, 2009 at 5:52pm
Also, I'll be in Chicago for the HR Tech show at McCormick Place 9/30-10/2 if you want to come by and see us or any of the other software vendors.
Comment by Michael Johnson on September 10, 2009 at 5:50pm
The approach we've taken to the CRM vs. ATS conundrum is that each represents a different workflow. So we built a workflow design tool that allows each customer to build and use multiple workflows. Typically that's for CRM (sales/BD, sourcing, talent pooling, etc.) and ATS (hiring/selection processes). Unfortunately it seems that many software vendors come up very short when it comes to flexible workflow design and it's really one of the most important components if you want to effectively track any pipeline oriented activity, be it hiring, sourcing, client prospecting, hire readiness of talent pools, segmented CRM tactics, etc.
Comment by James Slattery on September 10, 2009 at 5:32pm
Thank you for your response. I’m not sure which of the three categories you describe I would fall into. I suppose what I want is a low cost fully integrated solution that includes ATS and CRM capabilities. The question, as always, is which tradeoffs am I willing to accept? Oh, By the way it would be nice if a system would pick up the phone and make calls for me too but I think that may be too much to ask.
Comment by Michael Johnson on September 10, 2009 at 5:19pm
Welcome to the group James. In the interest of full disclosure I want to inform you that I work for Avature and we have a product called RecruitingCRM (as the name would suggest, a CRM designed for recruiting). That being said, I think you will find varied answers whenever you ask a question like yours. I'm not sure a consensus has emerged but what I will say is that I tend to run into three camps of CRM buyers in recruiting - 1) looking for a pure play CRM system designed specifically for recruiting (low cost, generally plug and play) 2) looking at the platform-as-a-service model like Salesforce or SugarCRM where they can develop their own customizations on the platform and/or buy apps from an exchange (not plug-and-play but highly customized and generally the most expensive route) and 3) buy a CRM from their ATS or other existing recruiting software provider because it's integrated (albeit not usually as robust as a pure play CRM). I'd be happy to discuss in more detail if you'd like.

Cheers,
Mike
 

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