Artificial Intelligence in recent years has come very far. Now it’s being used to save recruiters time and money.

As a recruiting firm, we have spent some time researching some of the best applications. Now we want to help you save time, money, and resources!

The following products and services provide customization and are designed to find you more candidates from unique platforms at a faster pace. Below we outline the top choices and the details that differentiate them.

Let’s start with AllyO, an automated sourcing software. According to LinkedIn, this appears to be the most popular option with over 4,500 followers. This is over 1000 more than it’s competitors. AllyO has tons of different functions such as sourcing, job matching, interview scheduling, integration with email, tracking systems, and even candidate engagement.  While this might be intimidating on the surface, once you get the hang of using the product and can take advantage of it, you’ll use it all the time. The advantage of this kind of AI is that it makes sourcing a breeze by saving your sourcer and recruiter time. Instead of wasting hours weeding through hundreds of LinkedIn profiles, the program can run through millions in minutes. Your recruiters will be able to reach candidates that they may have not been able to before. Besides that, AllyO helps with engagement by sending out messages for you. This could remove the need for programs like TextRecruit and again, save you some time and money. Their website mentions increasing recruiter productivity by streamlining the various steps in the recruiting process, such as applications, assessments, and scheduling.

AllyO is definitely a strong option, but if you don’t think it’s the right fit for you, let’s take a look at Harver.

At first, Harver looks just like AllyO with a different user interface. But, it is quite unique. Harver can scan through millions of candidates just like AllyO but you can put dozens of categories onto the search. This allows you to really narrow down the search, further filtering your results. In recruiting, this becomes a real advantage because it allows you to find a more diverse, customized pool of candidates. Having these categories makes it so that you can prioritize results based on what matters most to the client, giving you more specialized results. Harver’s capabilities could make a big difference with picky clients or highly technical roles. Harver also has an easy to use format and simple controls. It’s very user-friendly and gives you good insights without being overcomplicated. It was designed to be powerful and easy. They use percentages to rank your candidates based on categories. This allows you to compare candidates without having to check other sources. Harver even color codes it, making selecting candidates a breeze. It also removes bias from the process by removing unconsciously biased data. Saving time and keeping bias out of the office? Sounds good to us! If diversity is a concern in your organization, this would be a solid choice. Last but not least, Harver also allows candidates to schedule their own interviews, notifying everyone of date and time without recruiters having to do anything.

If these features aren’t what you’re looking for, don’t worry. There is another great product available, and it’s called Gr8 People. Gr8 People combines the best of both programs and adds the capability to give your company its own site. This site is essentially the place where everything you need is organized in one space. We’re all about optimizing operations and if you are too, this may be the gr8est option for you (our apologies; another pun was inevitable).  The strength of Gr8 People is that you control every facet of the process from sourcing to placement. The advantage of this tool is that they provide a front and back end solution and that always makes things easier!

Whether you are looking to save time, money, or resources, we hope that we have shown you how you can take advantage of AI and all it has to offer.

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