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Published on Jun 25, 2010
The recruiters definitely can notice the biggest difference because they're using it on a day-to-day basis; they know how long something took from the beginning to the end. But from the managers' perspective, which is ultimately more important—it's the client side—that's who you're trying to please every day with these hires—I think the biggest thing that they notice—because they have access to see it, but we don't really—that's not really what they want to do at the end of the day. They focus on their business line; we are their service providers, and so we really take care of the behind-the-scenes information and what's seen and what's not. When you look at an Intelius or a Taleo system together, merged together, you're constantly having to work on that pipeline, and it's just such a manageable tool to be able to keep all of that data in one place. When you need to have—and they call and say "Five people immediately—I need people for the Connecticut market." At any given time, we've got to have them ready, and so I think that's a huge, huge tool that helps us in saving time, of course, to have them ready. But on the other token of that, on the corporate side, we have that ability to, as well, focus on certain markets.