Our flexible by user and by posting packages will provide you with affordable options to meet your organization's changing needs. Instead of requiring a fixed contract, our subscriptions are month to month. We are committed to earning your continued business by meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations.
The Applicant Manager won me over...Cathy from CalNet Technology Group 17th of October, 2013 12:22
I purchased The Applicant Manager (TAM) a few months ago and am really pleased. I've worked in Staffing for many years, large corporations to independent consulting - Now that I'm an onsite for a technology company (with a growing staff of 85+), I wanted something simple, cost effective and that would be easy to build on as our company grows. TAM fits the bill - Out of the 10 demo's, The Applicant Manager won me over hands down...plus the customer service from Edna and Jim is first class! If you're looking to brand your company, TAM interacts well with Glassdoor, Indeed and Simply Hired as well...I'm a satisfied customer.
What a Godsend!Angie from The Downs at Albuquerque5th of August, 2013 13:49
As the new HR Director for The Downs at Albuquerque, I inherited an antiquated hiring system with paper applications being the standard! I had not seen paper apps in a decade! With a huge job fair coming up in weeks that would more than double our staff, I knew I had to get busy finding a better way! I spoke to others who were significantly more expensive and who could not get the system up and running in time for our job fair. And then I spoke with Edna, from TAM. What a Godsend! The affordable cost, the quick start up, and the support was phenomenal from day one! We were able to post over 20 openings and build an applicant database of over 2400 candidates in less than 2 weeks! Best of all, our managers love how easy it is to use and wouldn't dream of going back to paper applications! I wholeheartedly recommend TAM to anyone needing a solid, easy to use system that is affordable with lots of friendly support!
The Applicant Manager makes me look good at what I do!Patrick at The Setai9th of December, 2012 15:11
Sure there are many options out there but if you are looking for one that flexible to your needs, then stop searching. I've found that when ever I've needed something from The Applicant Manager I was able to get it done. The entire program can be customized to how you want it and makes your processes almost effortless. The designers are quick to respond to any requests you may have and a delight to work with. The Setai is a luxury hotel located in Miami Beach and we quite often have the need to attract the best talent to fill our positions. We recently underwent a change in management and began putting new processes in place. One of the things we had to do was get our recruiting efforts organized immediately. We were using a rigid and non-flexible system in the past and were introduced to The Applicant Manager by one of our consultants. We were allowed a demonstration and took it for a test drive before quickly reaching a decision. Implementation was seamless and linked to our website and social media sites in no time to put us in business. Learning the new system could not have been any easier. After the implementation, tutorials were provided but it did not take long before were were comfortable using The Applicant Manager and well on our way to filling our vacant positions. Now quite honestly, I would rather use my time doing other things than screening and tracking my applicants. With The Applicant Manager, I am able to set my thresholds and ask the questions to get exactly what I am looking for. Getting status updates or inquiries on which stage of the recruiting process for an applicant is child's play and rejections are effortless. Best of all the applicants are presented with a highly professional image of your organization and love that you take the time to reach out to them, they don't realize how easy The Applicant Manager makes it.
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