Automated Recruiting Software

Automate the busy work and have more time to make the right hiring decisions

Welcome to your new phone interviewing platform

We know you need to make quality hires — yesterday. Your job can feel chaotic when you can't stay ahead. We created a tool to help you screen all of your candidates in one day.

Like traditional phone interviews, but faster

All of the value that comes from phone screens, in a fraction of the time.
Evaluate every candidate in five minutes.
Shorten your time-to-hire by 6-8 days.
Get started instantly, and be up and running in a single day.

Engage via email, texting, and more

Reach your talent wherever they are.

See which channels drive the best results.
Place an interview link anywhere you'd like to source more candidates.
Generate QR Codes that point straight to your interviews.

Identify keywords and hiring insights instantly

Easily find the candidates who are the perfect fit for your company.
Interviews are transcribed with 98% accuracy.
Identify desirable keywords in interviews.
Filter responses to review top candidates first.

Put diversity first

Level the playing field by mitigating bias from the beginning.

Eliminate unconscious bias by using phone interviews instead of video.
Make your interviews fair and equitable with built-in structure and consistency.
Increase accessibility with audio-based interviews.

Automated Recruiting Software

AI tools like Open Art and Chat GPT have skyrocketed in popularity over the past few months, it can start to feel like AI has boomed overnight. While many worry about the 75 million jobs that were projected to become obsolete by 2022, those 75 million jobs will be replaced by 133 million new jobs that have come to exist and will come to exist in the future as a result of AI. The bottom line is this: AI is here to stay and will continue to grow.

All manner of industries have been exploring automation to help improve workflow for years, and Human Resources are no different. Recruitment is a vital function of the building and maintaining a company. Without quality recruitment practices an entire business ecosystem can suffer.

Recruiting software is getting more innovative with every passing year, but the need for automated recruiting software has grown with the rise of the online application process. As thousands of people apply for one open role within a twenty-four-hour period, it becomes impossible to find the right person to join the team with so much noise and fluff to cut through. With automation, companies can now work through thousands of applications at a rate faster than a human alone ever could.

But what does this mean for recruiters? What types of recruiting software are available, specifically automation software? And is automating the recruitment process even worth it? We hope to answer these questions and more throughout this article.

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Types Of Recruiting Software

With several types of recruiting software available, there are multiple facets of the recruiting process your company can improve with automation. Here are 7 of the most common recruiting software types currently on the market, one or more of which you may have already interacted with in some capacity.

Candidate Tracking Systems

Also known as applicant tracking systems, or ATS, these tools organize, acquire, and communicate with job applicants. This system, in particular, ranks and prioritizes the most valuable candidates for a job. By automating in this way, businesses eliminate time spent by a human filling in the information, as well the potential for human error, which can prove costly should the wrong candidate find themselves in a job not suited for them.

Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) Software

CRM software is designed to assist recruiters in boosting candidate engagement with their job openings, helping them to find the most qualified talent for each available role. Additionally, CRM software is frequently organizing information to assist with sourcing talent pools, as well as fostering relationships with passive job applicants. The main difference between CRM software versus the previously discussed candidate tracking systems is that CRM focused on engaging with all job applicants, while candidate tracking systems prioritize a select few.

Resume Parsing Software

Most humans would struggle with the tedious task of scouring hundreds to thousands of resumes for relevant skills. Resume parsing software saves tremendous time and resources by searching resumes for set keywords necessary for the job's function, as well as sometimes reviewing the job applicant's social media for competency. This type of software is available standalone but is frequently included with candidate tracking systems.

Video Interview Software

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have become familiar with Zoom, Google Meet, and other video conference platforms. This style of software eliminates the cost of conducting in-person interviews, and some more advanced video interview software can assess job applicants’ speech patterns and facial expressions throughout the interview to help companies decide on the best fit for the role.

Phone Interview Software

With many of the same benefits of video interview software, phone interview software allows for recruiters to conduct remote screening easily. However, phone interviews are more accessible and offer a faster review process compared to video interviews.

Behavior and Talent Assessment Tools

These assessments, which are only moderately time-consuming for applicants, speak volumes to potential employers about a candidate's work ethic, personality, and willingness to grow. Whether multiple-choice quizzes, fill-in-the-blank games, or tests for cognitive ability and emotional intelligence, the myriad of assessment tools available can assist employers in uncovering a candidate's true intelligence and nature.

HR and Onboarding Software

If you have been hired at a new job within the past years, you have probably interacted with onboarding software. This automation is designed to streamline new-hire paperwork, and training, allowing new employees to get to work at a faster rate than previously possible with traditional training.

Job Boards

These search engines are made specifically to advertise job openings. While Indeed and Glassdoor, two well-known job boards, are primarily known for listing job openings, they both offer several additional capabilities. Built-in communication tools, branding, and analytics help companies and job seekers alike find the right fit.

Recruiting Automation Software

With many options for recruiting automation software available, it can be hard to pick the right platform for your company. These four commonly used recruiting tools do vary in price range and features, providing a perfect plan for any business.


This cloud-based automation software is designed to make hiring more efficient. Offering a free trial, pay-as-you-go, or subscription-based plan, Workable utilizes candidate tracking systems, video interview software, candidate engagement, behavioral and talent assessment tools, as well as analyzing your hiring process, including time-to-hire and cost-per-hire.


Recruiterbox, now Hire, was designed with small to midsize businesses in mind. Hire includes all the same features of Workable, as well as a space for collaboration, communication, and workflow among HR teams. Pricing is moderate and subject to each business’s unique needs.


Greenhouse also offers candidate tracking systems, video interview software, candidate engagement, behavioral and talent assessment tools, recruitment data analysis, and a collaboration platform. Greenhouse is the most costly subscription option included here, with the price varying based on your company's specific needs.


Featuring all of the same offerings as Greenhouse, Recruiterbox, and Workable, Lever's Starter Plan features five job postings and unlimited users for only $599 per month.

Benefits Of Automating Recruitment Process

Efficiency is one of the main benefits of automating recruitment processes. We have already seen efficiency as the key purpose for the use of resume parsing tools as well as CRM and ATS software, but there are so many other great reasons to utilize AI in the hiring process.

Improves Candidate Experience

Because automation can move through applications at a faster rate than humans are capable of, applicants can receive their results from employers faster, improving candidate and company relations.

Cost Reduction

By automating recruitment tasks, companies can take the money they would typically pay a human to complete these manual tasks and pay them to execute more fulfilling work.

Change can be overwhelming, but it is apparent with each passing year that automation is here to stay. Rather than fear it, we put ourselves at an advantage by working with it to improve the quality of our work environments.

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