-Leading stock photo agency streamlines talent management process with HRIS -
HAZLET, N.J. (October 27th, 2010) - iCIMS, the 2nd largest provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition solutions, announced today that Shutterstock has selected iCIMS’ Employee and Performance Management Suite to centralize and standardize their employee management processes. Shutterstock joins a recent influx of premium organizations leveraging the industry-lauded iCIMS Talent Platform for their HRIS needs.
Shutterstock, the largest subscription-based stock photo agency in the world, selected the iCIMS Talent Platform to streamline their Employee and Performance Management processes across multiple departments, from one centralized location. Seeking a fast, flexible and easy-to-use talent management solution, Shutterstock will now be able to organize employee tasks utilizing a web-based, single-source coded platform. Additionally, Shutterstock will benefit from iCIMS’ system as it is ideal for small businesses seeking an intuitive solution with strong best practices built right into the software.
iCIMS’ HRIS functions automate and streamline the employee lifecycle for small and mid-sized organizations that may not be ready for HRIS suites geared for larger businesses offered by companies like Workday, ADP, Ceridian and Lawson. By leveraging the iCIMS Employee Management Suite, users can automate a myriad of once cumbersome, paper-intensive tasks such as onboarding checklists, employee surveys, performance appraisals, and exit interviews, among others. iCIMS’ Employee Data Management features also facilitate one of the strongest sources for quality talent – employee referral programs. Instead of requesting referral documents from recruiters, iCIMS offers self-service automated iForms which empowers employees to proactively submit top talent referrals and thus, drive a higher quality workforce. Coupled with a three-tier reporting center, the iCIMS Talent Platform provides for quick and easy reporting in one, centralized location, allowing users to track, store and manage all information throughout the employee lifecycle. In addition to offering customers robust employee management tools, the Talent Platform provides superior candidate management offerings as applicant tracking, CRM, workforce planning, onboarding and more.
iCIMS also boasts award-winning Customer Support, including a recent nomination for Customer Service Department of the Year by the Stevie Awards, as well as recognition by the Sift Media Software Satisfaction Awards for superior customer support levels. Clients have often cited the superfluity of support initiatives – a four-tiered customer support team, revamped Customer Care Site featuring virtual and onsite training sessions, user-propelled support forums, a preferred partnership program and an interactive knowledge center– as leading factors in their decision to choose and then renew with iCIMS, year after year. Noted for a 97 percent client retention rate, iCIMS’ dedication to the customer experience has also subsequently led to a recognizably high user-adoption rating and ultimately, an almost perfect customer satisfaction score.
“The continued momentum of small organizations turning to iCIMS for Employee & Performance Management is a direct testament to the value iCIMS provides in delivering fast, configurable, user-friendly software that is catered directly to organizations looking for their first official HR management system. It’s an ideal fit for organizations transitioning from paper-based processes or spreadsheets because it’s robust yet extremely easy to use,” said iCIMS’ Chief Strategic Officer, Susan Vitale. “Companies like Shutterstock value the iCIMS Talent Platform for its ability to provide best practice defaults built right into the system – saving them countless hours and dollars in customizing a system from scratch, and offering unmatched scalability for when their company needs to grow and evolve. We’re excited to welcome Shutterstock to the iCIMS family and look forward to continued growth in the SMB market.”