Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
The Resumator, the hiring solution for today’s fastest-growing businesses, announced the addition of Workflow Helpers to its robust hiring software.
“We were the first Applicant Tracking System to really simplify the nuts and bolts of hiring for users,” said The Resumator’s founder and CEO, Don Charlton. “The Helpers go one step further.”
The Resumator’s Software as a Service (SaaS) already provides the power of an HR department with the simplicity of an application, thanks to its Default and Custom Workflows – simple, standardized sets of steps that move applicants through the hiring process. This new addition of Workflow Helpers adds powerful action to these workflows, removing tedious tasks associated with everyday use.
“Our goal is to make nervous hirers feel like hiring veterans as soon as they start,” Charlton continued. “Workflow Helpers will make their actions perform in a much more efficient manner.”
You can add Helpers to any step in your applicant workflow, making customization and automation of your hiring process a breeze. When you perform an action or change a status inside The Resumator, the Helpers you have created automatically handle the secondary steps previously associated with the function. Workflow Helpers remove major inefficiencies, from manually sending follow up emails to applicants to delegating assignments to hiring team members.
"We set out to create workflows that actually do work,” concluded Charlton. “I’m happy to say we accomplished that goal.”
About The Resumator:
The Resumator is a Pittsburgh-based software company dedicated to helping great people build great companies. Its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) hiring platform provides innovative tools, scalable workflows and real-time insights for SMBs and fast growing businesses to hire with confidence. Clients that have trusted their future to The Resumator include Mashable, SEOMoz, HootSuite, Warby Parker, Hubspot, and Instagram. To date, The Resumator has been used by 6,500 customers and 25,000 users to process over 3 million new applicants, and to hire over 50,000 people.