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PCRecruiter is one of the most popular sourcing and applicant tracking solutions available on the market today. The service provides users with a solid suite of applicant tracking tools, including configurable interview process pipelines, an integrated email client, a built-in job board posting, along with innovative Microsoft Outlook™ embedded option, activity tracking and scheduling, custom reporting, form letters, and enterprise-class search capabilities.

Where PCRecruiter comes into it’s own, is the entire contact management and applicant flow is managed via a central hub. This allows HR staff access to everything they need; from requisition submittal, through to candidate assessments and surveys.

Custom forms
PCRecruiter has a large selection of highly customizable, searchable forms and lists for data collection. All the forms support Boolean Searching in order to help locate keywords in any documents. Whether that be resumes, applications, job descriptions or applicant profiles.

Integrations
A great feature of PCRecruiter is the seamless integration with Microsoft Outlook. This is such a time saver, as it allows access to existing contacts, emails and schedules. The software is also able to post to various job sites, including Monster, and CareerBuilder.

Pricing
PCRecruiter operates a licensed subscription pricing model, with plans starting from $85.00 per month for ASP hosting. Plans are based upon the number of users, product options, and individual support requirements. If a self-installation license is required, quotes are available directly from PCRecruiter.

Bottom line
PCRecruiter is a highly configurable tool set that can be used by organizations of all sizes, from 1-user to 1000-users. With powerful admin and marketing metrics, including bulk emailing, resume parsing, and diversity tracking, it is no wonder that PCRecruiter is an ideal recruitment solution for any industry.

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