HiringSolved, the leader in AI-powered software for recruiting and talent acquisition automation, announced it won a Silver Award for Best Advance in Talent Acquisition Technology from the Brandon Hall Group.
HiringSolved’s industry-leading Talent Intelligence platform transforms hiring by eliminating the overhead and busy-work involved in the talent acquisition process. HiringSolved integrates with a company’s existing systems, enabling recruiters to bring talent intelligence to their workflow.
With HiringSolved, you can instantly target and engage talent, score and prioritize job applicants, and more.
To win the award, HiringSolved submitted multiple customer case studies. These studies detail how HiringSolved Talent Intelligence technology enhances recruiter productivity and quality of hire. The feature case study details how Lowe’s used the HiringSolved platform to hire more than 70,000 people in 90 days.
“Winners of Excellence in Technology Awards are at the forefront of technology innovation. Our program evaluates not just the solution itself, but the benefit to the human capital management function, the business and the customer. That is the ultimate differentiator – whether the technology has a positive business impact. Technology Award winners pass that test with flying colors,” said Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group and head of the awards program.
“Talent is the most important resource for any company but most companies are overlooking their greatest talent assets,” said Shon Burton, CEO of HiringSolved. “Most companies have rich talent pools just waiting to be engaged. These are the best people to hire because they already want to work for you. Unfortunately, traditional HR software makes this difficult and time-consuming. HiringSolved changes this by making the best candidates easy to target and engage. Lowe’s hired an amazing 70,000 people in 90 days using our platform, and we’re excited to accept this award along with Lowe’s to recognize this advancement in Talent Acquisition Technology.”