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Australia – Bullhorn and Ayers Management partner to enhance use of contingent workforce recruitment software

27 September 2016

Bullhorn, the CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software provider for relationship driven businesses, has partnered with Australian-based contractor solutions firm Ayers Management to enhance Australia and New Zealand-based recruitment companies’ use of the Bullhorn system.

Bullhorn selected Ayers as a partner due to the company’s expertise within the contractor market, its high level of customer service, and its easy-to-use payroll system.  

“We’re delighted to partner with Ayers,” Peter Markland, APAC Director at Bullhorn, said. “It is a long-established and proven provider within the market and, much like Bullhorn, values the user experience above everything else.”

The company states that its CRM software integrates seamlessly with Ayers’ timesheet, invoice, and payroll solution to simplify the process of hiring and managing contractors. With the click of a button, Bullhorn will automate the capture and storage of key contractor assignment details, before Ayers takes over to streamline on-boarding, timesheet, invoice, and payroll functions.

Bullhorn also states that by using this new white label partner solution, recruiters win back more time to focus on revenue generating activities, while cutting costs, keeping their own company branding, and outsourcing the risks involved in payroll and contractor management.

“Bullhorn is the ideal CRM for integration with Ayers. It’s intuitive, it’s intelligent and, most importantly, it’s built for human use,” Colin Cuthbert, Director at Ayers Management, said. “Technology that encapsulates these qualities is hard to come across in the current market – but it’s exactly what proactive, customer-focused recruiters need.”

Recruitment companies of all shapes and sizes will benefit from the solution: smaller firms can outsource contractor management processes which cannot be dealt with in-house, while larger firms can remove the need for a back office entirely and instead focus on growing the business at large.

“The integration has come at a great time for recruitment companies here in Australia,” Markland said. “With the contingent workforce on the increase, it’s paramount that recruitment companies can manage contractors with minimal cost, risk, and administrative burden – and build great relationships with clients and candidates at the same time!” 

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