Eploy, a leading recruitment software provider have been shortlisted for Technology Innovation of the Year at the Onrec Awards 2016. The awards, which are in their second year, take place on 10th March 2016 at The Grange St Pauls Hotel, London. Eploy were shortlisted for their Dashboards and Opportunities developments. Both Dashboards and Opportunities were released in 2015. Both are available free of charge to new and existing customers.
Dashboards, allow recruiters and managers to report on virtually anything in the system. From KPIs, to Equal Opportunities, Dashboards are self-service analytics, provided on a silky smooth interface. Find out more about Dashboards.
Opportunities are an intuitive drag and drop interface that provide a visual way to manage your sales and candidate marketing pipelines. Find out more about Opportunities.
Two Eploy customers were also shortlisted for awards. Boohoo.com have been shortlisted for three awards: Best Online Candidate Experience, Best Use of Mobile and Best Corporate Use of Online Recruitment. Boohoo.com, a global fashion leader, launched their new Eploy-powered careers site (https://careers.boohoo.com) in 2015.
With Eploy, boohoo.com has moved to an end-to-end E-Recruitment platform to provide a vastly improved candidate experience and scalability for future company growth. The recognition of three nominations underpins the great strides Boohoo.com took in 2015 in their corporate online recruitment.
Applause IT, also an Eploy customer, have been nominated for The Creative Online Marketing Award 2016, in the niche category.
Eploy CTO Chris Bogh said, “It’s great to see our customers being recognised for the hard work they do. We work with our customers to ensure their erecruitment success.”
“On a personal level, I’m also delighted that the Eploy team have had their hard work rewarded with this nomination. We’ve had lots positive feedback from our customers about Dashboards and Opportunities. These tools are changing the way our customers report on their recruitment and manage their pipelines for the better.”