|By PR Newswire||
|April 23, 2014 04:16 AM EDT||
BOSTON, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Recruitment Marketing Platform leader SmashFly Technologies today announced results for its fiscal first quarter, ending March 31, 2014, which included their largest single sales quarter in company history as well as key partnerships within the Talent Acquisition space and important additions to their core team. SmashFly helps organizations utilize every solution needed to find and attract high quality talent in one centralized Platform – connecting Job Distribution, CRM, SEO, Mobile and Social with accurate, actionable Analytics across their entire strategy.
During the 1st quarter of 2014, SmashFly recorded its highest quarterly sales in company history as the result of key customer wins and increased investment from current customers. The sales total represents a 263% year over year sales growth for the quarter and tantamount to the sales effort was securing a customer and partnership relationship with leading RPO Randstad Sourceright.
"The recent success is an affirmation of what I believed we could achieve when I joined SmashFly nearly a year ago," said SmashFly Chief Sales Officer Scott Fowle. "With the quality of brands we're partnering with as well as the obvious demand for Total Recruitment Marketing, I am confident in our position in the marketplace and excited to help organizations meet and exceed their talent acquisition and business goals."
Along with the positive sales performance, SmashFly also focused on other key areas that will directly impact future business success. To enhance their product offering and add customer value, SmashFly finalized a key partnership with HireVue to provide powerful Digital Interviewing within their Recruitment Marketing Platform. In addition, SmashFly has added key talent to their Customer Success and Development teams to aid in helping organizations achieve positive business outcomes including bringing on Ted Ruscitti as Chief Customer Officer.
"Our main goal at SmashFly is and will always be to help organizations achieve successful business outcomes with their talent acquisition strategies. And with the tremendous efforts of our Customer Success and Sales teams, we've made that a reality for some of the world's leading companies." said SmashFly CEO Michael Hennessy, "The past 6 months have consistently exceeded my expectations as we continue to raise the bar for what a Recruitment Marketing Platform is and can be. I look forward to continuing this momentum throughout 2014."
SmashFly will be exhibiting at the ERE Spring Expo and Conference from April 23, 2014 to April 24, 2014 in San Diego, CA. Attendees can learn more about their Recruitment Marketing Platform at Booth #111.
SmashFly's Total Recruitment Marketing Platform helps corporate recruiting organizations and Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) companies centralize their recruiting operations while providing real-time analytics across all of their initiatives to improve overall recruitment results.
The Total Recruitment Marketing Platform connects what are often disparate technologies into a single all-in-one software solution that includes Global Job Distribution, Social Recruiting, CRM, Web Sourcing, Marketing Automation, Mobile, Career Sites, Landing Pages, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Employee Referrals and Talent Network Building. All with the actionable Analytics necessary to tell what's working and not working across the entire recruitment strategy.
To learn more, visit SmashFly at www.smashfly.com.
Media Contact: Chris Brablc, SmashFly Technologies, 518-209-3005, [email protected]
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