Eploy has announced that sales of its online recruitment software have already exceeded all business targets set for 2009, bucking the current economic trend in the recruitment industry. This success has been attributed to the fact that recruiters are now realising the business and financial benefits of true browser based online recruitment systems.
In the last few months alone, eploy® has secured a record number of new contracts with recruitment agencies Straco International, Care@ Recruitment, Morgan Jones, Expand Recruitment and Ardent Search & Selection as well as big name corporate clients including the British Heart Foundation, Play.com, The Cloud and University of the Arts London. Many more significant clients are also expected to go live shortly.
This announcement coincides with eploy® launching its most advanced, yet user friendly web-based recruitment software to date. eploy®'s founders' Paul Burgess and Christopher Bogh claim that this ground-breaking release has only been made possible because they have spent the last 11-years building eploy® from the ground-up as a completely browser based system, and developed a foundation that can take advantage of the latest technologies.
Central to eploy®'s latest release is the introduction of a new customisable interface called 'Project Embrace' which makes use of drag and drop web technology. For the first time this enables the user to have complete control of all their system interfaces. eploy® users can select exactly what information they wish to display on their dashboard, menu pages, detailed view pages and summary screens... even bespoke fields personal to the user can be added and viewed.
The software also features a wealth of innovative web based tools including a history of records viewed, favourites, quick search and view facilities that open up in drag and drop windows. The system also enables the user to really harness the latest recruitment technologies such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Google and Online CV Searches.
Furthermore, many new interactive business intelligence reports have been added which allow users to drag and drop search criteria to group and filter reports dynamically, they can even export report data straight to CSV or Excel for further analysis.
Paul Burgess, Managing Director of eploy said: "As Internet users have become much more familiar with dynamic, customisable websites such as the BBC website & iGoogle, we felt it was the right time to release a version of our software that incorporates all the advanced recruitment tools we have developed over the last 11 years into an instantly recognisable and easy to use interface, which will ultimately improve ease of use and reduce training costs."
We are very proud of these latest innovations and invite you to take a look with a free online demonstration and trial version... You certainly won't be disappointed," concluded Paul.