JazzHR Releases White-Label Platform for Partners


JazzHR, which provides talent acquisition technology for small and medium-sized businesses, released a white-label platform that allows partners to incorporate its ATS into their own fully branded solutions.

CEO Pete Lamson said the platform will help JazzHR’s customers and partners “strengthen client and candidate relationships, while also creating a new recurring revenue stream.” The white-label product is available to partners at no charge.

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JazzHR’s technology partners include providers of HRIS, HCM and payroll providers, as well as PEOs. The new product is designed to help them build single-source platforms by adding recruitment to their offerings in a way that requires less time and investment.

The white-labeled JazzHR offers a “fully personalized brand experience” that includes custom logos, colors and email templates. Integrated JazzHR partners can also deepen their existing data sharing capabilities, the company said.

JazzHR’s Been Busy

The rollout comes a day after JazzHR and Alliance Background announced an integration that allows joint customers to order and track background checks from within the JazzHR platform. That’s similar to an integration the company announced in May with Backgrounds Online, which allows users to order checks for delivery within three to five business days. In both cases, the idea is to make it easier for employers to verify candidate backgrounds without switching back and forth between products.

The company launched its JazzHR Marketplace in September to connect customers with its network of partners, and added texting functionality to its product in August.

While it’s not clear how JazzHR’s business has fared under the weight of the coronavirus—all bets are off for talent acquisition, given the virus’s economic impact—the company said it turned in a strong performance during 2019. It reported a 31% year-on-year increase in customers (to more than 5,600), and said it handled over 100,000 job postings per month.

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