Access Group is cementing its place as a major player in the recruitment software market as it launches a new redesign version of its flagship CRM, Access RDB. The system aims to address the productivity challenge, improve efficiency, facilitate collaborative working environments and give recruitment consultants time back to focus on clients, candidates and business growth. With one study finding over 500 consultants identifying updating CRM systems as a major drain on resources, as well as a wasted two hours per week on abortive client calls, not to mention meeting substandard candidates, the sector is clearly in need of more advanced software.
Access’ latest release provides a far superior level of functionality that any other recruitment system will be hard pressed to beat. With personalised dashboards and an intuitive interface, the redesigned Access RDB will allow users to integrate other products for greater time-saving – all of which will be able to be accessed via one platform. With the addition of smart analytics capabilities bringing together data from across the business, the new product is set to outstrip all other recruitment software available on the market today.
Launching the product at this year’s Recruitment Agency Expo in Birmingham’s NEC on 3rd and 4th October, delegates will be able to see the new CRM platform in action which will come with Access Workspace, the company’s latest proposition in connected working which underpins Access’ candidate to cash offering.
Whilst Access RDB is powerful enough alone, it is Access Workspace that does the work to bring together all departments across a recruitment business, from sales, finance, HR, IT and compliance – taking efficiency and productivity to another level. With all Access products linked to one platform, accessed via a single sign-on, each system will work richly together to monitor performance and share information – giving recruiters the freedom to focus on candidates and clients.
With a record breaking year of growth, the addition of new senior managers to lead the division and the phenomenal success of its screening product, Access Group has made it clear that it is committed to help a market that is desperately looking for technology innovation and will continue to make investments in order to do so.