Eploy are proud to have been headline sponsor for Recruiters' Smart Resourcing Conference held at the end of February at The Kings Fund in London - an event that promised to help companies innovate and advance their recruitment strategies for future success. And it didn't disappoint.
Eploy's Technical Director Chris Bogh was joined by Paul McNulty, Head Office Recruitment Manager at Matalan, to present a case study that illustrated just how Eploy's cloud based recruitment software has helped Matalan improve its candidate service over the past 12 months, at the same time reducing costs and time to hire by 20%.
Eploy also unveiled Connect - its new mobile-enhanced, multi-lingual web platform, delivering advanced levels of technical sophistication, social integration and overall accessibility. With an investment of over £3/4 million, Eploy Connect gives users full mobile access through ANY smartphone or tablet, to rival any desktop experience.
Chris commented: "Smart Resourcing was a great success for us, enabling us to not only share our extensive knowledge and our latest recruitment technologies with delegates, but also to showcase the work we have done with Matalan.
The outcomes from our collaboration with Paul and his team are plain for all to see and have achieved some startling statistics for the high street retailer - 87% reduction in agency fees, 20% reduction in time to hire and a 95% offer acceptance rate.
Matalan continue to enjoy their "Team Eploy" status and are taking advantage of the new mobile-enhanced Eploy Connect, adopting it for their main Career Portal whilst at the same time adding a candidate dashboard and more recruitment tools to ensure that their team are able to offer a greater experience and recruit more efficiently."
Through 2013 Smart Resourcing, Eploy successfully illustrated the importance of delivering a great candidate experience through the deployment of career websites and recruitment portals, in addition to demonstrating just how a truly mobile-enhanced working environment can pay significant dividends.