Bullhorn Buys Erecruit

bullhornBullhorn, a Boston, MA-based cloud computing company for staffing and recruiting organizations to manage their businesses, acquired Erecruit, a provider of applicant tracking and pay and bill solutions and a leader in candidate experience for the staffing and recruitment industry.

The terms of the transaction will not be disclosed.

Following the June release of Bullhorn One – a start-to-finish staffing solution – the acquisition of Erecruit is designed to allow the company to further enhance its vision of delivering a unified solution to firms looking to leverage automation to streamline operations and drive business growth.

Erecruit will provide intellectual property, which includes deep pay and bill, onboarding, and mobile candidate experience capabilities, internal talent, comprising employees who have in-depth knowledge of the staffing industry, pay and bill processes, and large-scale pay and bill deployments.and long-standing relationships with some of the leading staffing firms in the industry.

Led by Dominic Gallello, CEO, Erecruit has been delivering innovative software that serves the entire recruitment lifecycle, with the goal of helping organizations of all sizes and scale grow and succeed.
Its comprehensive end-to-end staffing software platform serves the entire recruitment lifecycle with Erecruit Front Office, Middle Office, Credentialing, and VMS solutions for enterprise staffing firms; Adapt Front and Back Office software for newly formed to mid-sized firms; and eStaff365 Onboarding, TempBuddy temporary workforce management platform, and Innovantage for recruitment analytics and insights.
The company’s management team, including founders Judd Hoffman and Danko Fatovic, will join Bullhorn as members of the extended leadership team to support and drive success for Erecruit customers.

Led by Art Papas, founder and CEO, Bullhorn is a global leader in cloud-based software for the staffing industry used by more than 10,000 companies to power their staffing processes from start to finish. The company employs more than 950 people globally.



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