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JazzHR Ranks No. 1 on Capterra’s List of Top 20 Most User-Friendly Applicant Tracking Software

The HR software provider was also selected by the Gartner company as one of the most affordable ATS options available

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — JazzHR, the leading recruiting solutions provider for small and medium-sized businesses, was named the No. 1 most user-friendly Applicant Tracking Software, in addition to being the seventh Most Popular ATS and one of the 20 most affordable solutions by Capterra. Capterra, a Gartner company, measured ATS vendors for user-friendliness using a proprietary Customer Experience algorithm, which produces a weighted and ranked score based on usability, customer service, and customer reviews.

JazzHR received the top spot on the list of most user-friendly solutions thanks to its highly-intuitive interface and its ability to efficiently and effectively automate repetitive recruiting tasks. In tests measuring recruiting tasks on both completion times and the number of clicks it takes to complete, JazzHR ranked higher than any other provider.

Purpose-built for small businesses, JazzHR’s intuitive recruiting platform streamlines all facets of the hiring process, taking the place of inefficient processes, like email and spreadsheets, to create a quality experience for candidates and employers.

In addition to ease-of-use, JazzHR was recognized for offering simple, powerful tools at a flexible price point: Customers can select the right tier of services that gives them everything they need—and leaves out everything they don’t—to tackle their recruiting and hiring challenges. With the introduction of JazzHR Hero, the company now offers an affordable alternative for very small, lean businesses (typically 1 to 10 employees), disruptively priced at just $39 per month.  

“In today’s competitive talent market, successfully attracting and hiring top talent is mission-critical for SMBs, but there are few options available right now that can help improve recruiting functions and are low cost,” said Pete Lamson, ceo at JazzHR. “The ranking from Capterra further validates our commitment to providing enterprise-level recruiting features at a price uniquely designed for small business budgets.”

For more information about JazzHR solutions, visit www.JazzHR.com, email hello@jazzhr.com, or call +1 (888) 885-5299.

JazzHR is powerful, user-friendly, and affordable recruiting software that is purpose-built to help growing companies exceed their recruiting goals. JazzHR’s best-in-class software replaces time-consuming and manual hiring tasks with intuitive software designed to help recruiters and hiring managers find, recruit, and hire the right talent, fast. To learn more about JazzHR, visit www.jazzhr.com  or follow us at twitter.com/JazzDotCo.

Capterra is the world’s most comprehensive, free web service to help you find and compare software for your business. More than 3 million businesses use Capterra each month to search for their best-fit solutions. As part of the Gartner Digital Markets network, Capterra combines over 200,000 user reviews of more than 30,000 software companies to help you find the right software quickly, allowing your business to operate more efficiently.


Larry Cheng

Managing Partner

Larry Cheng

Managing Partner

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