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  • Online screening and verification company, CVCheck has partnered with SmartRecruiters
  • The agreement follows demand from mutual customers wanting to improve and de-risk their recruitment process
  • The companies have released a live system, which allows SmartRecruiters’ clients to use CVCheck through their existing dashboard
  • CVCheck is up 10.71 per cent on the Australian Securities Exchange and is trading at 16¢ a share.

Online screening and verification company, CVCheck has partnered with SmartRecruiters.

SmartRecruiters is a software company with a cloud-based program that allows businesses to attract, select and hire the best people for the job.

More than 4000 companies worldwide rely on the recruitment platform, including well-known names like LinkedIn, Visa, Bosch, Skechers and Avery Dennison.

CVCheck provides businesses with background checks or people wanting an Australian or International Police check.

The companies have released a live system, which allows SmartRecruiters’ clients to use CVCheck through their existing dashboard. CVCheck is also available on SmartRecruiters’ market place.

The agreement comes after demand from mutual customers looking to improve and de-risk their talent recruitment and people risk management process.

CVCheck says the integration furthers its strategy of growing its presence and reach via platform integrations with providers of human resources information systems (HRIS) and applicant tracking systems (ATS).

SmartRecruiters APAC Lead, Richard Lewis-Jones is pleased with the partnership.

“By providing relevant tools to make recruiters more productive, we aim to deliver hiring success which in turn translates into business success,” Richard said.

“We are very excited to have CVCheck in our partner marketplace to drive automation around background checks across our customer base,” he added.

CVCheck CEO Rod Sherwood is also delighted to be working with SmartRecruiters.

“It will allow us to generate revenue from international markets without having to invest in the set-up costs that are typically needed when entering a new market. This is a great development for us,” Rod stated.

“FY2020 has commenced well and our recurring revenue base is solid and strengthening. This latest integration is already delivering, albeit modestly in the very early live phase,” he added.

CVCheck is up 10.71 per cent and is trading at 16 cents apiece at 3:57pm AEDT.

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