AmazingHiring Added New Sources to Discover More Tech Talents
AmazingHiring, a Saas-based platform for sourcing tech talents across professional networks and social media, has announced today new features, including a free extension update and new sources for the AmazingHiring search engine. The release is aimed at corporate sourcers, recruiting agencies and IT outsourcing companies.
Major feature updates include:
- New sources: packagist.org, dev.to and 16 additional Stackexchange communities added. Packagist is a PHP package repository for Composer PHP. Dev.to is another great community for IT professionals.
- Improved algorithm of searching similar profiles in AmazingHiring Chrome Extension
- Updated prospects status management in new folders.
“Our new release is aimed at providing recruiters worldwide with #1 tool for effective sourcing. By upgrading existing features and introducing new sources like dev.to, we strengthen the sourcing power of our customers and help them engage with prospects more successfully than competitors.”
Sergey Dmitrichenko, CEO and co-founder of AmazingHiring.
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