Censia vs. Phenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Censia
Score 4.0 out of 10
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Censia is a talent intelligence tool that focuses on using data to produce the best possible candidates for any position. Censia automates many of the aspects of talent acquisition, saving hiring managers time and money.N/A
Phenom TXM
Score 6.5 out of 10
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The Phenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform, from Phenom People in Ambler is a cloud-deployed applicant tracking and recruiting platform with built-in talent analytics, manager tools, and employee retention features as well. Phenom’s TXM platform provides companies with a unified solution which includes a Career Site, CRM, CMS, Chatbot, SMS, Internal Mobility & Referrals, University Recruiting, Talent Analytics, and AI. Phantom TXM uses artificial intelligence (AI) to drive…N/A
Pricing
CensiaPhenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CensiaPhenom TXM
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Features
CensiaPhenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform
Talent Intelligence
Comparison of Talent Intelligence features of Product A and Product B
Censia
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Ratings
Phenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform
7.1
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Existing Skills Mapping/Lanscaping00 Ratings7.01 Ratings
Bias-Mitigating Algorithms00 Ratings7.01 Ratings
Diversity Reporting00 Ratings6.01 Ratings
AI-Based Role Definition00 Ratings7.01 Ratings
Candidate Modelling00 Ratings7.01 Ratings
Talent Rediscovery00 Ratings8.01 Ratings
At-Risk Talent Scoring00 Ratings7.01 Ratings
ATS Integrations00 Ratings8.01 Ratings
User Ratings
CensiaPhenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform
Likelihood to Recommend
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8.0
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User Testimonials
CensiaPhenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) Platform
Likelihood to Recommend
Censia
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Phenom People
I would recommend Phenom to large enterprise needs as opposed to smaller companies. It can be a bit complex and provide too much customisation, which sounds like a great match for large organisations, but can be counterproductive for smaller ones. It's a great tool for those companies looking to take their talent function further, get them to the next level, as it provides a range of opportunities to further EB, talent community, etc. If a company is looking for a tool for storing candidates to perform basic tasks, this tool is too sophisticated
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Pros
Censia
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Phenom People
  • Easy creation and use of talent pools
  • Integrate sourcing tools
  • Personalised messages to candidates
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Cons
Censia
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Phenom People
  • Reports turnaround times could be improved
  • Can't change candidates statuses in bulk
  • Slow customer service turnaround at times
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Alternatives Considered
Censia
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Phenom People
When comparing Phenom Talent Experience Management to Avature CRM: Avature aims very high, and sometimes gets lost in its own grandness. Phenom Talent Experience Management tends to be more user-friendly and accessible, with some more down to Earth features and functionalities. On the other hand, Avature allows for managing candidates in bulk, which is not an option for Phenom Talent Experience Management. When comparing Phenom Talent Experience Management to SmartRecruiters: the choice for Phenom Talent Experience Management was made once the decision had been made on investing on EB campaigns and building a talent community, as Phenom Talent Experience Management's capabilities are much better and broader.
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Return on Investment
Censia
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Phenom People
  • Increased candidate engagement
  • Broad customisation is leading to more sophisticated campaigns which should increase ROI
  • Reports could benefit from some TLC, data integrity has been a concern
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