KeyApps and idibu Partnership Heralds Continued Improvement in App Integration
Over the last year, there has been an explosion of interest in mobile solutions from the recruitment industry and KeyApps has been quick to respond to the continuing demand for effective and efficient mobile applications. With a growing reputation for being an innovation leader, KeyApps has a rapidly expanding client base, including market leaders such as European Recruitment Ltd (ERL), Global Medics and New Frontiers.
Launched in 2007, idibu has since worked with some of the biggest names in recruitment – such as Michael Page, Impellam Group, Randstad, S:Three and HCL.
idibu requires no server rollout, there’s nothing to download or install and they train up to 15 staff at a time in their free webinars. That means that within a couple of hours you could be posting all your online ads from one form, managing, filtering and tracking applicants as well as searching multiple CV databases from one source and pooling all the results into one easy to work with list.
With connections to over 1000 job boards, and full posting to company websites and social networks available, idibu is the online posting partner to agencies throughout the UK, Europe and the USA.
The partnership between KeyApps and idibu is a result of continuing demand from both the recruitment industry and jobseekers for advanced integration options and a flawless user experience. Both companies pride themselves on offering tailored solutions, and their new partnership will allow continued integration flexibility for clients.
KeyApps’ Managing Director, Paul Dawkins, commented:
‘We are pleased to be able to announce that we are working with idibu to offer their clients the ability to improve their recruitment process and candidate experience via mobile technology. We are already starting to see the battle for effective and efficient mobile solutions heat up within the recruitment industry, and our partnership with idibu will help to improve their users’ ability to reach and secure quality placements.’