- Human resources tech company Xref has teamed up with the talent management platform, PageUp
- The partnership will see Xref featured on the PageUp dashboard
- It is expected the team-up will help grow Xref’s international presence
- Xref’s share price is up 15.58 per cent today, currently sitting at 44 cents per share
Human resources tech company Xref has teamed up with the talent management platform, PageUp.
The partnership will see Xref integrate with PageUp, following requests from clients who sought to use both services to organise their talent management workflow.
Xref’s software is used to simplify the reference checking process for employers. Therefore, reducing the time it takes to hire.
Its program is used by major Australian companies including Australian Super, Qantas and Westpac.
PageUp’s talent management platform is used by over 49 million people internationally in 190 countries.
“We’re delighted to partner with Xref to add to our extensive marketplace of best of breed HR technology partners,” PageUp’s CEO Mark Rice said.
“This partnership will allow mutual customers to initiate reference checks with ease and move candidates quickly through the recruitment process,” Mark added.
Xref expects the partnership will improve its presence in the U.S., the U.K, South East Asia and on home soil.
Once the platform launches, 50 mutual clients will have access to the integrated service. It will allow PageUp users to access Xref through the PageUp dashboard.
“[We] look forward to working together to provide customers globally with a secure, robust and streamlined recruitment journey,” CEO and Executive Director of Xref Lee-Martin Seymour said.
Xref’s share price is up 15.58 per cent today, currently sitting at 44 cents apiece, as of 10:12 am AEDT.