Bond International Software, Inc. Releases Enhanced StaffSuite Software with User Defined Fields, Social Media Tracking and More

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Latest release of robust, scalable fully-integrated staffing software includes customizable user-defined fields, social media URL tracking, online access of W2’s for employees, and more.

Bond International Software, the global leader in staffing and recruitment software, announced today the latest release of Bond StaffSuite which includes a number of significant enhancements to improve staffing operational efficiency, customer service, and contingent employee management.

Chief among a myriad of enhancements is the eagerly anticipated addition of fully-customizable user-defined fields (UDF’s) to StaffSuite. UDF’s enable a staffing company to record and track specialized data relevant to its unique operations. More than 300 UDF’s can now be added to StaffSuite and may be free form text, edit lists, dates, integers or money fields.

Additionally, new fields have been added to StaffSuite to enable the tracking of social media URL’s for customer companies, company representatives, and contingent employees or candidates/applicants. The StaffSuite user can jump directly from the URL or a relevant social media icon to the site.

Another significant enhancement to StaffSuite is the capability for registered contingent employees to access, download and print their Federal Tax W2 form online through the StaffSuite WorldLink Web portal. Employees who ‘Opt In’ to receiving online W2’s are not included in the W2 print file, thus saving printing, stuffing and mailing time and cost for the employing staffing firm.

A host of additional enhancements are also included in this StaffSuite release, including:

  •     Electronic invoicing for staffing customers
  •     Upgrading the Sovren resume parser to the latest version
  •     A number of Government Reporting functions
  •     Other enhancements to usability and data recording

Steve Taylor, President and CEO of Bond International Software, Inc., said “StaffSuite continues to prove itself in high-volume staffing companies nationwide. These latest enhancements are representative of our commitment to our customers to delivering staffing software functionality that brings results. And they further enable staffing firms to improve the efficient and profitable management of their business.”

About Bond International Software PLC (UK, AIM: BDI)

London stock market-listed Bond International Software (BDI) is a global provider of recruitment and human capital management (HCM) software and services. Bond is the largest, and most established, global specialist in staffing software worldwide and is a rapidly growing provider of web-based and multi-lingual e-recruitment and talent acquisition software to the corporate market. Bond also provides established HR and payroll software and outsourcing services directly to both the public and private sectors.

Established in 1973 and listed on the London Stock Exchange since 1997, Bond has over 35 years’ experience in the development and creation of products and services that have become industry standards. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, the Group also has offices in the United States, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Japan, Hong Kong and Peru - with a global team of nearly 500 employees, more than 3,500 customers and over 100,000 users. For more information please visit http://www.bondinternationalsoftware.com.

Bond International Software, Inc. is the U.S. operating company for Bond, with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia and offices in Richmond, Virginia and Bloomington, Minnesota. The Bond U.S. operations, with more than 100 employees, support nearly 800 customers and 20,000 users. For more information please visit http://www.bond-us.com.

For further information, please contact:

Tim Giehll
Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer
Bond International Software, Inc.
tim(dot)giehll(at)bond(hyphen)us(dot)com
1-800-456-5660 X240
http://www.bond-us.com

Source: Bond International Software, Inc.

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