Voyager Software announces a partnership with another job-posting company Idibu, allowing all Voyager agencies to post jobs online quickly and simply. The integration of Idibu into the Voyager software set allows agencies using Voyager Professional, Commerical and soon Industrial, to have jobs simultaneously posted on multiple job boards and other websites.
For the full article as published on Onrec see http://www.onrec.com/newsstories/22165.asp or click Read More to the right.
Also featured on Recruitment Times at http://www.recruitmenttimes.co.uk/voyager_idibu.php.
Idibu is currently one of the fastest growing multi-posting systems in Europe due to its quick and easy-to-use nature, following Voyager’s belief that ease-of-use is essential to developing successful software. These functionalities will allow agencies to post jobs online with the minimum amount of input into forms, a one-click re-post for expiring jobs and even a pay-as-you go service to give full visibility of cost.
In addition to this the integrated Idibu iTrack system allows users to track applicants, providing vital market intelligence and full reporting.
Paul Thompson, Director of Sales and Marketing at Voyager said, “We constantly strive to find the best partners for our customers and Idibu is certainly no exception. We aim to provide recruiters with the tools they need to be able to operate intelligently in the modern tech-savvy recruitment market. By working with Idibu we are adding an extra string to our bow, allowing recruiters to get on with the core job of placing applicants whilst, at the same time, providing them with tools to work smarter with the maximum impact.”
Steve Walker, Managing Director at Idibu said, “Working with Voyager in this way provides us with an excellent opportunity to help small and medium sized agencies make the most of their important assets. Our ethos is to provide a simple to use tool which can be used by anyone with maximum possible return, something which rings true with this size of agency.”
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