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Zoho Recruit Refines User Experience

Zoho today announced it will be showcasing the latest enhancements to its applicant tracking system and recruitment software, Zoho Recruit, at the Recruitment Agency Expo, running February 26-27, 2013, at the Olympia Conference Centre in London. The new features in Zoho Recruit improve the overall user experience for staffing, recruitment and HR professionals as well as for job-seeking applicants. Zoho will be exhibiting Zoho Recruit in stand 32 at the show.

“Tight job markets in many regions mean that recruiters and HR departments looking to fill a position are often flooded with resumes,” said Karthi Mariappan, product manager-Zoho Recruit. “We’ve enhanced Zoho Recruit to do an even better job of streamlining the task of finding the right candidate among hundreds of applicants for a given job. And we’ve made it easier for job seekers to find career openings at companies running Zoho Recruit.”

Zoho Recruit Enhancements

Zoho Recruit is an easy-to-use applicant tracking system and recruitment software that simplifies the hiring process. Staffing agencies and recruiting departments use Zoho Recruit to track job openings, resumes, candidates and contacts more quickly and efficiently. At Recruitment Agency Expo, Zoho will be demonstrating the latest features added to Zoho Recruit to help users minimize the time they spend on processes and maximize the time they spend getting the right candidate, including:

  • Careers website page – Regardless of industry offering, brand plays an important role in attracting the top talent. Zoho Recruit helps you attract and engage candidates with your company branding. You can showcase all your jobs on your site and customize it to match your brand.
  • MailMagnet – To help recruiters and HR pros reduce their email clutter, MailMagnet intelligently scans users’ mailboxes and displays only emails from candidates and client contacts in Zoho Recruit. Users can reply to emails, add follow-up tasks and write important notes from the MailMagnet panel. A notification is displayed on-screen when a new email arrives from a contact in Zoho Recruit. MailMagnet works with Zoho Mail, Gmail, Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange and other email services.
  • Advanced search – Zoho Recruit now provides faster, more precise results when users search the candidate database. The advanced search feature now lets users search by any keyword within the candidate profile, candidate form fields and attachments. Users can narrow or broaden their search with keyword options such as “match all,” “match any,” and “exclude.”

Zoho Recruit has gained a loyal following among staffing agencies, recruiters and HR departments alike.

“We have used Zoho Recruit for the past few years and have always been impressed with the flexibility and ease of use of Zoho Recruit,” said Adrian McDonagh, director of Verticality Ltd., an IT, sales and marketing recruitment consultancy servicing a European client base. “The support is excellent, and I would recommend them highly.”

Pricing and Availability

The Careers website page and advanced search are available immediately in Zoho Recruit Standard Edition. MailMagnet is available immediately for free for existing users with the Zoho Mail add-on enabled. Pricing for Zoho Recruit Standard Edition is $19 per recruiter per month. Zoho Recruit Free Edition is offered at no charge for one recruiter.

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About Zoho

Zoho is a comprehensive suite of award-winning online productivity, collaboration and business applications for businesses of all sizes. Over seven million users rely on Zoho for their Business, Productivity & Collaboration needs and actively connect via Forums, Blogs, Facebook and Twitter. Zoho has launched several online office applications such as Writer, Sheet, Show and Mail along with a host of business applications ranging from CRM to Projects, Invoice and Meeting. These applications are offered directly via or through hundreds of partners in the Zoho Alliance Partner Program. For more information about Zoho, please visit

Zoho is a division of Zoho Corp., a privately-held and profitable company, which also provides IT Management Software (ManageEngine with over 70,000 customers) and a Network Management Suite (WebNMS with 25,000 Tier 1 carrier deployments). With headquarters in Pleasanton, CA and offices in Austin, New Jersey, Chennai, London, Tokyo and Beijing, Zoho Corp. serves the technology needs of millions of customers worldwide. For more information about Zoho Corp., please visit

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