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Most Efficient Matching in Recruitment With CRMATCH and ELISE
Date:8/9/2013

UTRECHT, The Netherlands, August 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

With fierce competition and job scarcity ruling the employment market, recruiters and HR specialists need to increase efficiency continually. CRMATCH presents an elegant solution based on Microsoft Dynamics and WCC ELISE for organisations keen to stay abreast of developments in today's volatile employment market.

Today's recruiters must grapple with ever-increasing amounts of complex data, and rise to the challenge of finding the right candidate in their database, the Internet, job sites and social networks. The tool they need more than ever is an accurate CRM-system featuring intelligent search and match functionality.

CRMATCH uses Microsoft Dynamics as its basis, and on top of that offers a range of innovative functions that set the system apart from others. Microsoft Exchange integration enables recruiters to keep working in a familiar Outlook environment, while multiposting allows them to post vacancies on multiple job sites with a single mouse-click. Of course, it is also possible to post automatically to social media, and to define talent pools.

But the pivotal feature of the CRMATCH solution is undeniably its intelligent search and match functionality. After evaluating various technologies, CRMATCH opted for ELISE, WCC's Smart Search & Match platform. "We wanted to offer a modern, scalable, stable and flexible product," says Ruben Lamot, Managing Consultant at CRMATCH. "ELISE came out on top - hands down."

ELISE is the recruiter's master key for searching through candidate profiles, vacancies, e-mails and appointments. "We're thrilled for the opportunity to present such a sophisticated solution," says Peter Went, CEO of WCC. "CRMATCH offers the ultimate combination of knowledge and technology, in which ELISE supports the search functions. It all fits seamlessly with the natural w
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