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Thursday, 25 May 2017 21:11

Xref drives global plans with iCMS integration

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Xref has integrated its human resources platform as a service with US-based cloud-based recruiting software provider iCMS.

The Australian-based company’s candidate referencing service is now live within the iCIMS’ marketplace and Xref executive director and chief technology officer Tim Griffiths says the partnership with iCIMS increases the availability of Xref’s candidate referencing services internationally.

Griffiths says the integration extends Xref’s marketing channel of global human resources partnerships, which provide a cost-effective way for thousands of potential new clients to access its platform.

"Our partnership with iCIMS increases the availability of Xref’s candidate referencing services internationally through a leading talent acquisition platform. This creates new opportunities for companies in North America and the UK to access our services, expediting international sales.”

Griffiths says iCIMS’ marketplace serves more than 3500 contracted customers and, through its Talent Acquisition Platform, enables companies to actively source and engage with potential job candidates, qualify and track applicants through the hiring process, and onboard new employees.

According to Griffiths, the integration extends Xref’s marketing channel of global human resources partnerships, providing a cost-effective way for “thousands of potential new clients” to access its platform.

The tie-up with iCIMS follows Xref’s announcement this week that it had won a tender to provide automated, online candidate referencing to NBN Co for the National Broadband Network.

Under the deal, Xref will provide services to NBN Co to support the organisation’s hiring needs with its software as a service (SaaS) platform, automating the collection of feedback on potential and current employees for the National Broadband Network.


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