An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) – Included for No Extra Cost
Appliqant provides companies all the features they need from a comprehensive Applicant Tracking System (ATS), like job postings, candidate search, candidate tracking, submission tracking, etc. And best of all, these features all come for free! The only thing that companies pay for is the interviews that are taken through our apps. So if you don’t use an ATS yet, or are looking for a new ATS to replace your existing system, this is a no-brainer. You get something much much better, for a fraction of the total cost of ownership.
Post Jobs to Multiple Sites
Jobs created on Appliqant can be automatically posted on multiple sites including:
- The Appliqant Jobsite – a new kind of job site where candidates can directly interview for jobs instead of just applying.
- Free listing sites like Indeed, LinkedIn, Google Jobs, etc.
- Paid job sites like Monster, Dice, etc.
Comprehensive APIs for Integration
Appliqant has comprehensive APIs to integrate with:
- Other Applicant Tracking Systems – companies can easily pass data from Appliqant to their existing systems.
- Posting jobs to additional sites – internal and external.
- Getting candidate applications and feeds from external databases.
- Passing billing, timesheet, and other financial data to accounting systems.
Onboarding, Timesheets, Billing Integration
Appliqant uses an advanced Blockchain platform to track contracts, timesheets, approvals and payments. It is built to handle multi-layered contracts across a chain of recruitment companies, and optimizes the entire process to provide significant cash flow and efficiency benefits across the supply chain.
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Search Through Candidate Database
When looking for candidates for a new job, recruiters can search through our database for prospective matches. For candidates who have previously interviewed for a job, they can watch the old interviews and review the reports before adding them to the job. Appliqant candidate searches go beyond simple text searches on the resume – it looks for skills that the candidate has been tested on and is associated with.
Resume Scanning, Data Extraction
Appliqant uses Natural Language Processing to extract relevant metadata from resumes, including:
- Basic metadata like Name, Location, Phone Number, Email.
- Professional Experience metadata like Companies Worked For, Years of Experience.
- Professional Skills metadata like Tools Used, Skills Listed.
- Education metadata like Degrees, Universities, Years Attended.
- Other metadata like number of publications, awards, etc.
This gives recruiters a convenient reference guide for each candidate, without having to read through the resume.