“We are excited to be able to bring to our clients the ability to have an integrated application process using Monster to increase conversion rates and improve the efficiency of their application process by providing an application directly into the ATS.”
Washington, D.C.: JobSync, an HR Tech Start-up focused on creating an easy, complete, and secure hiring experience for candidates and employers has launched a new integration with Monster, a global leader in connecting the right people to the right jobs. With JobSync’s integration with Monster, employers no longer need to have candidates click-off to provide a streamlined application process.
“We are excited to be able to bring to our clients the ability to have an integrated application process using Monster to increase conversion rates and improve the efficiency of their application process by providing an application directly into the ATS.” said JobSync CEO, Alex Murphy. “Not only are we automating the apply process for employers, we are delivering a best in class candidate experience and helping organizations hire faster with a significant improvement on ROI,” added Murphy.
“We know the impact reducing friction has on improving conversion rates and delivering higher quality candidates in the apply process, both of which help streamline the hiring process for recruiters and their companies,” said Bob Melk, Chief Commercial Officer at Monster. “We are delighted to be working with JobSync as part of Monster’s commitment to connecting people and jobs, and we look forward to a successful partnership that makes it easier for our customers to receive Monster applications directly into their ATS, and ultimately find the right fit.”
With the new integration with Monster, current JobSync clients can extend their JobSync integration to include Monster’s one click apply process. To learn how you can benefit from the JobSync Monster Integration contact David Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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