PCRecruiter, the gift and the curse
January 27, 2014

PCRecruiter, the gift and the curse

Gabriel Peña | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction

PCRecruiter was being utilized at my company as a recruitment tool in our Human Resources / Recruitment department. We specialized in recruitment of senior opportunities with credit unions across the country. It helped keep track of your many applicants by organizing them into a neat and manageable database. This system made it easy to find the most suitable candidate for each position with our numerous clients.
  • keyword recognition
  • detailed, advanced search system
  • easy navigation
  • user-friendly
  • Organized
  • glitchy
  • faster processing
  • compatibility
  • synchronization
  • complete operating system
  • slower response time due to lack of synchronization with company outlook email
  • larger candidate pool and crossover opportunities
  • increased employee efficiency
  • gave way too detailed progress reports for clients
My company's initial applicant tracking system was PCRecruiter. We found it to be inferior to Bullhorn Applicant Tracking System. Bullhorn had excellent compatibility and synchronization with our company's system. Work processes were streamlined and navigation through the applicant tracking system was a breeze. Bullhorn also took advantage of mobile application wave making it accessible nearly anywhere.
I am very hesitant to renew my subscription to PCRecruiter because it feels outdated. Competing applicant tracking systems are making huge strides in compatibility and mobile accessibility while PCRecruiter has remained stagnant in its progression. The system is functional, and serves as an excellent database, but severely lacks in advancement opportunities.
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