Roundup: ADP Launches RPO Ad Services; iCIMS, VidCruiter Integrate

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ADP launched RPO Advertising Services, a toolset designed to help talent acquisition and HR teams increase the exposure of their job openings. The product is designed to give employers more insight into the performance of job postings and job advertising channels by providing advanced reporting and measurement capabilities, ADP said.

VidCruiter and iCIMS announced a data integration between their respective platforms. The integration allows applicant, job requisition and hiring manager data within the iCIMS ATS to flow into VidCruiter, the companies said. At the same time, applicant activity in VidCruiter auto-exports to iCIMS to provide stronger reporting.

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SAP’s PartnerEdge program now includes the Xoxoday for Rewards and Recognition Programs application in its app center. Xoxoday allows SuccessFactors Compensation users to offer a storefront to redeem reward points against real-world experiences and gift vouchers.  

Betts Recruiting launched job-matching platform Betts Connect. The services allows candidates to create a profile offering essential information for hiring managers, including target salary, notable accomplishments, preferred role and location. Betts specializes in sales, marketing and HR roles in the technology industry.

LMS provider Absorb Software acquired eLogic Learning, an LMS company based in Tampa, Fla. The deal closely follows Absorb Software’s acquisition of Utah-based Torch LMS in May. Absorb now has more than 1,000 active customers and 225 employees in eight offices. The company expects to make additional acquisitions in the coming quarters.

Nexxt added enhancements to its Text2Hire Conversation product including the ability to maintain an unlimited number of custom auto-responses based on keyword, response filters for message status and favorites candidates, multiple use access, message and contact downloading.

Collaboration platform BountyJobs partnered with employee referral technology provider EmployeeReferrals. The companies said relationship combines data-driven hiring solutions and traditional talent acquisition to create an “innovative” approach for employers.

Humanity, which provides enterprise employee shift-scheduling solutions, announced two new features: Auto-Fill Schedule and Location-Based Break Rules. Auto-Fill Schedule allows organizations to quickly generate conflict-free schedules using custom-built rules, while Location-Based Break Rules allows automatically adds breaks to shifts to ensure compliance with state regulations.

Reference-checking platform Crosschq raised $4.1 million in seed financing in a round led by GGV Capital. The company’s technology uses machine learning to identify outcome patterns.

Fusion Recruiting Labs launched Talenize, a SaaS talent sourcing and engagement platform designed for high-volume, high-turnover industries. Fusion Recruiting’s other tools include and The company said Talenize was created to help it expand into new markets. Cybersecurity-focused staffing firm CyberSN unveiled KnowMore, a targeted platform for both job seekers and employers. KnowMore streamlines searches by using a common language used among  professionals. 

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