When evaluating software you need to take the time to think about your current strategy. What are its weak points? How could it be improved? Is it scalable? What do you want to achieve? Often figuring out what you need is the hardest part of making a purchasing decision!
Many applicant tracking systems offer only a limited selection of discrete steps to build your recruitment workflow, meaning that they severely limit your capacity to design and adapt your processes to market conditions, internal policies or the local specificities of different regions.
With our ATS Buyer’s Guide, you will learn how to properly evaluate any applicant tracking system solution by focusing on your business drivers and the differentiating features offered by different vendors.
“When we were thinking about a new global ATS, we wanted to make sure that the company we were going to partner with thought the same way that we did. We know things are changing, and the product you buy today will need to evolve pretty quickly. We did a significant amount of due diligence, but at the end of the day it was obvious that the partner we really needed to work with on this was Avature.”
Mike Brown, VP of Talent Acquisition, Siemens.