Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued) vs. Dice TalentSearch

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)
Score 9.0 out of 10
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)
Jobscience was a cloud-based ATS and CRM tool designed to help recruitment firms to streamline and grow their business. Built 100% natively on Force.com, Bullhorn Jobscience offered a CRM-based approach to talent acquisition. It has reached end of life, and has been discontinued.
$100
Per User per Month
Dice TalentSearch
Score 8.2 out of 10
N/A
Dice TalentSearch (formerly Open Web) is a recruiting solution that works by consolidating data on potential employees from 130 different sites.N/A
Pricing
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Editions & Modules
Practice
$100
Per User per Month
Placement
$125
Per User per Month
Workforce
$133
Per User per Month
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Top Pros

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Top Cons

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Features
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Recruiting / ATS
Comparison of Recruiting / ATS features of Product A and Product B
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)
7.9
6 Ratings
1% below category average
Dice TalentSearch
5.7
14 Ratings
33% below category average
Resume Management8.06 Ratings7.011 Ratings
Candidate Search8.36 Ratings4.514 Ratings
Reporting7.46 Ratings3.412 Ratings
Job Requisition Management00 Ratings4.513 Ratings
Company Website Posting00 Ratings4.013 Ratings
Publish to Social Media00 Ratings1.810 Ratings
Job Search Site Posting00 Ratings4.614 Ratings
Customized Application Form00 Ratings8.311 Ratings
Duplicate Candidate Prevention00 Ratings7.911 Ratings
Applicant Tracking00 Ratings7.010 Ratings
Collaboration00 Ratings4.412 Ratings
Task Creation and Delegation00 Ratings5.510 Ratings
Email Templates00 Ratings4.712 Ratings
User Permissions00 Ratings8.811 Ratings
Notifications and Alerts00 Ratings9.213 Ratings
Best Alternatives
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Small Businesses
Recruit CRM
Recruit CRM
Score 9.8 out of 10
Recruit CRM
Recruit CRM
Score 9.8 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
Paypro Workforce Management
Paypro Workforce Management
Score 9.6 out of 10
Paypro Workforce Management
Paypro Workforce Management
Score 9.6 out of 10
Enterprises
Vibe HCM
Vibe HCM
Score 4.4 out of 10
Vibe HCM
Vibe HCM
Score 4.4 out of 10
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User Ratings
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Likelihood to Recommend
7.5
(6 ratings)
9.8
(15 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.5
(7 ratings)
User Testimonials
Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued)Dice TalentSearch
Likelihood to Recommend
Bullhorn
Jobscience is a good fit for medium to large organizations, especially those who have various different lines of business and need one system to be able to handle them all. It is very difficult for me to imagine another system being able to accommodate the very different ways of doing business between our departments. Only a highly flexible system could have a chance at doing that.
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Dice
DICE Open Web works well when you want to find IT specific candidates that are available in your local area. What I particularly like is that if you post a job, Dice Open Web/Talent Search will return potential candidates that meet your requirements. It is a proactive way they provide candidates from what you could do manually using their IntelliSearch tool to find candidates. I find that DICE is overall much more effective when you have a job to post and the candidates apply rather than doing a blind search. There are too many factors that make candidates returned by DICE Open Web not necessarily interested in your position. When candidates apply they have shown interest and then you can apply the Screener tool to help narrow the pool.
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Pros
Bullhorn
  • JobScience is extremely customizable and flexible. This is a strength because you can tailor it to your workflow, rather than having to change your workflow to fit a software.
  • JobScience is the most intuitive ATS / CRM I have ever used. This is particularly important when hiring and training new employees. The faster they can come up to speed on the core software in your business, the faster they can start generating revenue.
  • JobScience has extremely powerful built in reports. I have yet to need a report that I couldn't build using the internal report wizard. It helps us understand all the numbers at the heart of our business, which is critical in decision making situations.
  • JobScience also has powerful automation components. The email alerts and automated tasks you can set up are great and boost efficiency. We use them a lot, and I suspect we may have only scratched the surface.
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Dice
  • easy to use - web interface is very user friendly
  • easy to customize email templates
  • easy to set notifications and alerts for applicants or for job listings by other teams
  • easy to find same type of jobs across teams in one place
  • ability to turn off when you're no more looking for a job
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Cons
Bullhorn
  • Multiple users - when multiple users edit a page, it doesn't show that there is someone else on the page and it only lets one person edit which can cause the information to be lost.
  • Action grid - it is a helpful page to use however it is extremely slow and takes a long time to load and can be a bit finicky.
  • It's simple - this is is also a positive, but I also think there could be additional resources added to it to make it more up to date and advanced.
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Dice
  • Dice Open Web seemed to not be able to keep up with other platforms and some features and functionality were either missing or quickly became obsolete.
  • It doesn't really seem to remain competitive on the landscape and feel behind in product release and feature updates.
  • Some information was outdated and didn't get regularly refreshed or updated it seemed. Just kind of churning the same information as before or the lack of reach was evident over time.
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Likelihood to Renew
Bullhorn
No answers on this topic
Dice
I'm assuming we will keep using DICE, but Indeed and LinkedIn are starting to prove their value and strength in having candidates/consultants use their services to look for new opportunities.
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Support Rating
Bullhorn
No answers on this topic
Dice
Dice provides ease of sourcing candidates and is the most useful in staffing industry. However, we still recommend the team to provide older version access to the user which was much easier and flexible to use. Dice posting is the best feature in Dice. The Boolean Search feature in Dice is also very useful.
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Alternatives Considered
Bullhorn
We use Jobscience to add candidates, upload resumes, and have certain fields such as Name, Location, Compensation Details, Non-compete Details, Packet highlights, and of course the Resume field, all of which are required in order to create a packet to submit to our clients. These packets are created using Conga ActionGrid, so Jobscience allows us to input all the information, and it would be great if we could create a packet directly through Jobscience, but we require Conga ActionGrid, as that is then used in Adobe PDF to create the final packet.
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Dice
I received multiple candidates only after hours of posting my jobs on other sites. And for a fraction of the cost! I not only received quality candidates but also candidates who actually matched my requirements. These sites also have the option for proactive outreach and pay-by-click options as well. Some also provide free trials, which Dice does not.
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Return on Investment
Bullhorn
  • It is convenient because I can see nationwide activity logged in the database from other locations in real time.
  • It's not a negative impact, just isn't as lead-generation or easy to use for candidate pool search as I would like.
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Dice
  • It’s a great portal to use and has many useful features which helps us to search relevant profiles as per client's need.
  • Dice really helped us to improve our business as we have closed many candidates through Dice.
  • I feel Dice should improve their new search, as it's not highlighting most of the keywords.
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ScreenShots

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