Hirebridge Small Business ATS is an applicant tracking system (ATS), designed specifically for small businesses. This Web-based solution is accessible from any device with an Internet connection, so companies don’t need to host the software on their own servers.
From the homescreen, recruiters can quickly see an overview of their open jobs from Hirebridge’s main dashboard. Users can see who owns each open job requisition and how many days that requisition has been open, as well as the number of applicants. They can then click on each requisition to get a more granular view of applicants’ information.
If a new position needs to be published, recruiters can also create new requisitions from scratch or from templates stored within the system. Once a requisition is ready to be published, users can post them to job boards from within Hirebridge’s system and begin collecting and uploading resumes into the system automatically.
Jen from Financial Services
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Hirebridge is easy to implement and a good value for the money.
Customer service is responsive. Product is straightforward and fairly easy to use.
Some functionality isn't there in terms of ease of searching for particular characteristics and integrating information about a candidate.
For a small business with low volume hires, this is a great product!
Laura from nfrastructure
Specialty: Software / Technology
Great customers service with our contact, and the product is simple.
When adding candidates their notes are not all together but in all different requisition locations which wastes a lot of time going back and forth to each requsition on the notes
If you want a very basic easy to use system for tracking your requisitions then this is a good system for that.
Mark from Pacific Gas (West)
We have used the software for about a year and it does what we need it to do. It is fairly "feature rich" although there have been a couple minor times when I thought we could have used a small feature although I don't even recall what that was. If I recall, they were minor annoyances that could be worked around.