HiringSolved, the leader in AI-powered software for recruiting and talent acquisition automation, recently announced the production release of powerful recruiting automation platform R6 (formerly TalentFeed+), removing critical barriers for complex and high-volume hiring. HiringSolved will roll out R6 at this year’s HR Technology® Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas.
“I’m incredibly proud of our team for producing such a great product. HiringSolved R6 introduces a completely new level of recruiting automation and data-driven intelligence which will transform both the quality and productivity of the average recruiter,” said HiringSolved CEO Shon Burton. “We have already proven how this technology can be applied to the talent acquisition workflow to decrease the frustrating busy-work involved in hiring, saving time, and enabling the recruiter to focus more on personal communication and elevating the candidate experience.”
R6 builds upon HiringSolved’s award-winning Talent Search Engine, introducing several new features, including an all-new applicant scoring feature called Jobs and an automated email feature called Messages.
“We implemented HiringSolved because they are a company that understands talent acquisition. They have expert practitioners who understand what we do and how to apply their AI technology to our workflow,” said Donna Dolfe, Senior Director of Talent Acquisition, Lowe’s Companies Inc.
In 2016, HiringSolved released the Talent Rediscovery Platform, R5, with automated candidate sourcing (matching), AI assisted search, and the ability to instantly mine talent pools in the customer’s ATS, CRM, and HRIS data. The R5 platform has proved to increase recruiter productivity by reducing the time recruiters spend sourcing, searching, matching, reviewing resumes, and other functions. HiringSolved R6 builds upon the success of R5 with Messaging, Jobs, Insights, and an enhanced RAI to help recruiters find and engage with talent even faster.
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