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SOURCE: Top Echelon, Inc.
Top Echelon, a company dedicated to helping recruiters make more placements, announced that its Big Biller recruiting software package is now being used by more than 1,100 firms.
Canton, Ohio (PRWEB) March 10, 2013
Earlier this month, Top Echelon, a company dedicated to helping recruiters make more placements, reported that sales of its Big Biller recruiting software have increased 8.7% during the past 12 months.
As a result of that growth, Big Biller recently reached a new plateau. Now over 1,100 recruiting firms around the world use the software.
As of Friday, March 8, 2013, there were 1,112 recruiting firms using the Big Biller recruiting software on a daily basis. As far as individual users are concerned, there were 3,283 individual users utilizing the software.
Big Biller, the leader in online recruiting software for small to mid-sized recruiting firms, is referred to in many ways . . . as recruiter software, an applicant tracking system (ATS) or applicant tracking software, and even recruitment software. In simplest terms, Big Biller is a powerful recruiting software package that helps recruiters manage the relationships they have with their candidates and clients, all with one purpose and focus—making more placements.
And the number-one way in which Big Biller recruiting software accomplishes this is through ease of use, which speeds up the placement process. Big Biller focuses on a three-step system for helping recruiters succeed. Those three steps are as follows:
1. Adding data quickly
2. Searching that data quickly
3. Using that data
Big Biller recruiting software has been priced specifically with the small firm owner who also works a desk in mind. As a result, Big Biller recruiting software is just $60 for the first user and $20 for each additional user. But that’s just one part of the affordability and flexibility that Big Biller offers.
In addition, there are no start-up costs or long-term contracts associated with Big Biller recruiting software. Recruiters who are users of Big Biller only pay on a month-to-month basis. Not only that, but training and technical support are also free to users of the software.
Despite uncertainty in the economy during the past few years, Big Biller recruiting software has continued to grow at a steady rate. If Big Biller continues to grow at its current rate, the software will reach new highs both in terms of firms and overall users by the end of 2013.
Right now, Top Echelon is offering a FREE 30-day trial of the Big Biller recruiting software.
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