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Monday, 27 June 2016 02:49

JobAdder boosts presence in Scotland as European, UK market demands rise


Australian global cloud­-based recruitment platform JobAdder has placed a dedicated resource in Scotland in a move designed to help the company cope with growing demand for its services in the European and UK markets.

This follows the company’s announcement in February of its intention to expand in the UK as part of its thrust to increase presence in international markets.

JobAdder says the size of its European and UK client base has doubled since February, making the decision to appoint a full­time resource to meet growing demand in the region “an obvious one”. The company is also experiencing strong growth throughout the US, Asia, Canada, NZ and the UAE markets.

JobAdder’s recruitment agency software is entirely cloud­-based and powers the recruiting activities of users in more than 45 countries.

Of the move to Scotland, director of sales, Darren Watts, says, “we are pleased to be setting down roots in Scotland and to have a dedicated contact there”.

“It represents an investment in our UK clients and we feel confident that we’ll continue to see significant growth in that region as expansions to JobAdder’s UK headcount coincide with a number of new hires within the Sydney headquarters, across the customer support, data migration and development teams.”

Watts says these movements also tie in with the recent launch of the JobAdder Marketplace that saw JobAdder integrated with a growing number of leading tech platforms and software providers, such as HROnboard, Oncore Services and VideoMyJob.

The JobAdder Marketplace is an online hub housing all these integrations, where users can connect their JobAdder account with any number of integrated platforms to enhance their recruitment activities.

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