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Jobvite Engage Revolutionizes Talent Recruitment With Powerful Relationship Management and Data Mining Tools for Recruiters

Jobvite Engage Lets Recruiters Cultivate Talent Pool, and Allows Employers to Collaborate on Hiring, Track Candidates, and Build Their Employment Brands

ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- SourceCon - Jobvite, the leading recruiting software platform for the social web, today announced the launch of Jobvite Engage to provide the industry's most robust candidate relationship management solution. Featuring powerful marketing tools for recruitment professionals, Jobvite Engage allows recruiters to target job seekers by building lasting talent pools and focusing on candidates' skill sets. Jobvite Engage will help companies build their employment brands and offer candidates a better experience.

With Jobvite Engage, recruiters will be empowered to maintain up-to-date talent pools which can serve as a powerful source of high quality candidates and create key sourcing advantages for companies by identifying a larger array of candidates for each position. Traditional sourcing efforts focus on identifying candidates for a specific position, at a specific time. Jobvite Engage makes this approach obsolete by allowing recruiters to identify, collect and cultivate talent profiles for key company skill sets over time, rather than mounting a unique effort for each individual job requisition.

"Our research continues to show that the most sought-after, highly skilled workers across industries such as healthcare, technology and energy tend to stay passive in their job search," said Dan Finnigan, CEO at Jobvite. "By offering tools that allow recruiters to easily maintain and mine data around candidates' skill sets, Jobvite Engage will empower a company to build the best teams and recruit cream-of-the crop talent faster and at a lower cost."

For the first time, recruiters will be able to build key communications campaigns, leverage deep tracking analytics and reporting features, and collaborate to identify and attract the best talent. Jobvite Engage also allows the entire recruitment team to help build an employment brand by easily collaborating with each other and seamlessly communicating with future candidates on a continuous basis and in real time.

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Jobvite Engage is available now. For a product tour, please visit www.jobvite.com

About Jobvite
Jobvite is the leading recruiting platform for the social web. Today's fastest-growing companies use applicant tracking, recruiter CRM and social recruiting software solutions from Jobvite to target the right talent and build the best teams. Jobvite is a complete, modular Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform which can optimize the speed, cost-effectiveness and ease of recruiting for any company. For more information, visit www.jobvite.com.

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