Canton, Ohio (PRWEB) July 21, 2013
Top Echleon, a company dedicated to helping recruiters make more placements, recently announced a new branding statement for one of its products. That product is Big Biller recruitment software for applicant tracking.
In fact, the new branding statement is “recruitment software for applicant tracking.”
Big Biller is a powerful software package that helps recruiters manage the relationships they have with their candidates and clients, all with one purpose and focus—making more placements.
And the number-one way that Big Biller accomplishes this is through ease of use, which speeds up the placement process. Big Biller focuses on a three-step system for streamlining that process:
1. Adding data easily
2. Searching the data quickly
3. Using the data for more productivity
According to Top Echelon President Mark Demaree, Big Biller’s new branding statement more accurately conveys the value that the software offers to the recruiting industry.
“First and foremost, Big Biller is recruitment software,” said Demaree. “However, applicant tracking is at the core of its functionality. We believe this new branding statement will convey at once both what Big Biller is and what it does to help recruiters succeed.”
Big Biller is a cloud-based applicant tracking software, meaning that users can access their data anywhere they have an Internet connection. In addition, Big Biller backs up users’ data every evening and has redundancy and encryption systems in place to ensure the safety of that data.
Big Biller is affordably priced for the agency owner who also works a desk. The cost is just $60 for the first user and $20 for each additional user.
ABOUT TOP ECHELON:
Top Echelon was founded in 1988 and is based in Canton, Ohio. Top Echelon offers a range of products and services specifically designed to help recruiters make more placements. They include Big Biller recruitment software for applicant tracking; Hiring Hook websites for recruitment and staffing agencies; and Top Echelon Network, the leading split network of recruiters.