Transferring Applicant Information from the Web to your Software


October 17, 2006

How can applicant information from the web get into my software?

It all starts with your web site. The company that does your web site should talk to the company that does your software. Your software company will let them know what format the system needs the data to be in.

Once applicant self-entry is designed and set up on your web site, when applicants enter their general information, job history, skills, etc.. It can be imported into the fields of your software. Your web site will send this file and your software will read it in.

It is also possible to bring a resume into your software that can be attached to the applicant. This will make it possible for you to search through fields and resume data.

Applicant self-entry can greatly enhance your data entry and qualifying process.

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