Bullhorn launched a new version of its marketplace that includes resources for building customer technology stacks, an increased focus on enabling its teams to develop partner solutions and a new web site.
The company said the new Bullhorn Marketplace offers staffing firms more than 100 pre-built integrations. Its support team validates all partner integrations to help ensure that each customer’s technology stack works as a single solution. In addition, the platform’s open ecosystem allows customers to configure and adapt their technology to build unique solutions that meet their individual needs..@Bullhorn's new Marketplace includes resources for building customer technology stacks, an increased focus on enabling teams to develop partner solutions and a new web site. #HRTech #HR #Staffing Click To Tweet
“Staffing firms typically depend on five or more solutions to run their business,” said Nina Eigerman, Bullhorn’s vice president of alliances and business development. “Without a central platform connecting them, getting them to work to their full potential can feel more resource-intensive than it is worth.”
Bullhorn Seeks Simplicity
Bullhorn Marketplace is meant to help address that dynamic by giving customers the ability to tie all of their tech stack’s components together into a single source of truth, she said. The resulting solutions will improve the candidate experience and make recruiter workflows more efficient.
A number of customers are already using the revamped marketplace. They include the financial staffing firm Resource 1, Denver-based BridgeView IT, TalentLaunch, headquartered in Independence, Ohio.
According to statements provided by Bullhorn, customers are most attracted by Bullhorn’s maintaining active relationships with its partners. “With so many options in staffing technology, it’s great having the pre-vetted partners, giving us a great place to start to ease our pain points,” said TalentLaunch Senior Director of Technology Sean Snyder. Other customers noted the marketplace’s role in reducing administrative overhead and the overall simplification of processes.
Streamlining workflows was a key goal of enhancements Bullhorn made to its VMS Sync solution in September. The update connected ATS and VMS systems so companies can transfer candidate records into their vendor database and back again. And, again, the company said at the time that “a single source of truth” would result by combining VMS automation capabilities with the ATS.
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