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The Resumator Partners with GoodHire to Deliver Background Check Services

Joint Offering Delivers Faster Hiring Decisions for Small and Emerging Companies

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - March 25, 2014) - The Resumator, the leading recruiting platform that empowers small and emerging businesses to efficiently hire qualified talent, today announced the addition of cost-effective background screening to the array of recruiting and hiring services it offers small and mid-sized business. Through its new partnership with GoodHire, The Resumator will integrate the pre-employment background checking application into its web-based platform, and continue providing customers with a unified solution for all their hiring needs.

"For our customers, the repercussions of making a bad hire are significant. We know that fast-growing, breakout companies are great at attracting and retaining the top talent. But due to cost, they often don't have access to valuable applicant background information," said Don Charlton, CEO of The Resumator. "By adding GoodHire to the Resumator platform, our customers can make well-informed and confident hiring decisions, allowing their businesses to grow quicker by taking advantage of business opportunities fueled by top, vetted talent."

The Resumator customers can now order GoodHire reports that verify numerous aspects of a candidate's application, including criminal and driving history, educational background, and past employment. The first background check is provided for free, and additional background checks are available starting at $29.99. A full description of the services available and pricing is available here: http://www.goodhire.com/pricing.

"We look forward to a strong partnership with The Resumator, the leader in recruiting systems, to help businesses enhance their ability to find the right matches for their teams," said Max Wesman, Sr. Director of Product Management at GoodHire. "This working relationship is also valuable to both of our companies, as we continue growing our respective customer bases by delivering accurate and valuable information."

About The Resumator
The Resumator is a cloud-based applicant tracking, social recruiting and job marketing platform dedicated to helping great people build great companies. The Resumator provides innovative tools, scalable workflows and real-time insights for SMBs and fast-growing businesses to hire with confidence. It has helped thousands of employers streamline the hiring process to be more collaborative, cost-effective and even fun.

The Resumator is the #1 recruiting platform for small and mid-size businesses enabling market leaders like HubSpot, Major League Baseball, HootSuite, Bitly and Warby Parker to grow faster and build teams of employees designed to help them win in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

About GoodHire
GoodHire is the Internet's most straightforward and intuitive pre-employment background checking site, expressly designed to meet all legal compliance needs of small to medium-sized businesses. GoodHire's parent company, Inflection, is an established leader in the people information industry and a winner of 2012's DataWeek Open Data Top Innovator Award. Years of experience in the Big Data industry has not only yielded cutting-edge technology, but also bolstered Inflection's commitment to excellent design. GoodHire simplifies FCRA-compliant background reporting down to its essentials, delivering custom-tailored reports, clear insight and advice, and a smooth user experience.

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