Recruiterflow reviews

Recruiterflow

All-in-one ATS, CRM, and automation for executive search firms and recruiting agencies
our rating 4.5 out of 5 Stars

RecruiterflowProduct Overview

  1. About Recruiterflow
  2. Pros of Recruiterflow
  3. Cons of Recruiterflow
  4. Breakdown of core features

Recruiterflow product overview

Recruiterflow delivers an all-in-one applicant tracking system (ATS), customer relationship management (CRM), and automation solution for executive search firms and recruiting agencies. The platform provides a complete ecosystem that accelerates hiring processes and reduces busy work. It transforms recruiting businesses by equipping them with an advanced operating system to organize leads, nurture client relationships, keep prospects, and win deals faster.

Packed with features like intelligent automation, email sequences, sourcing extension, advanced search tools, email and calendar sync, and recruitment automation, Recruiterflow uses a recruiter-centric approach. The software brings a complete suite of recruitment tools, so teams know exactly when they need to dig a little deeper or automate tasks quickly.

Pros of Recruiterflow

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  • Its Chrome extension can find anyone’s personal email ID, phone number, and work history. The system has a database of over 200 million profiles in the US and over 600 million profiles all over the globe.
  • It brings together all the necessary recruitment tools in one place. Right from client sourcing to communications to deal closing, hiring teams can streamline processes and deliver value faster.

Cons of Recruiterflow

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  • Users commented that Recruiterflow occasionally fails to sync.

Breakdown of core features

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Visual deal pipelines

Recruiterflow lets recruitment teams create custom deal pipelines and see how many deals they’ve won. Users can automatically update contact details, trigger email notifications, view a lead’s history, assign tasks to team members, and close deals faster.

Nurture candidates

The software automatically nurtures candidates whose contracts are ending soon. The automation engine eliminates manual back office admin to reengage candidates and clients. It increases fill rates and gets more placements without additional recruiting overhead.

Communication and collaboration

Recruiterflow offers click-to-call and texting baked into its interface. It simplifies communication with candidates and logging touchpoints for hiring teams. Recruiters can also use @mention in Notes to add more contextual information about a candidate and automatically notify team members.

Reporting

With the platform, users get actionable insights into their pipeline and team’s performance. Recruiterflow enables hiring managers to track metrics, such as the number of candidates sourced, sourcing channel efficiency, and conversion rate at each recruiting process stage. It also provides real-time stats at a glance, so teams can quickly tap into the data to revise strategies and exceed goals. Users can add various filters, view granular data, and export Recruiterflow reports in multiple formats.

(Last updated on 08/18/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    All Industries
  • Pricing
    High-end
  • Works Best For
    Any Sized Businesses

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Features

  • Customizable Pipeline
  • Job Posting and Ads
  • Sourcing Chrome Extension
  • Branded Careers Page
  • Resume Parsing
  • Advanced Candidate Search
  • Drag-n-drop Pipeline
  • Custom Fields
  • Access Control
  • Client Portal
  • Placement Records
  • Subsidiary Management
  • Data Enrichment
  • Email Sequences
  • Email Templates
  • Click to Call
  • Texting
  • Recruiting Automation
  • Reporting

Integrations

  • Slack
  • Twilio
  • Zapier
  • Google Maps
  • Open API integrations

Pricing Model

  • Growth
  • Scale
  • Enterprise

Languages

  • English