Fountain product overview
Fountain is the high volume hiring platform empowering the world’s leading brands to streamline and scale their recruiting function. Our mobile-first platform keeps candidates engaged and reduces drop-off via built-in automated scheduling, text and email reminders. Candidates can apply anytime, anywhere in minutes, right from their phone. It enables on-the-go hiring managers to move quality talent through the pipeline, reducing time to fill. Fountain provides local, regional, and company level analytics to make data-driven decisions. Our drag-and-drop workflow allows for quick changes to accommodate fluctuations in hiring needs. Fountain’s global customers hire over 1.2 million workers annually in 78 countries.
Pros of Fountain
By using Fountain, clients are able to gain an advantage of customized workflows that they can easily configure and adjust without technical support. Fountain offers a full suite of SMS engagement that decreases, on average, 20% time-to-hire and allows hiring managers to directly engage applicants all the way through the application process.
Cons of Fountain
Since Fountain is a highly customizable platform, there needs to be a full alignment within the teams and decision-makers in order to fully utilize everything the software offers.
Breakdown of core features
Customizable Hiring Process
Any user is able to create recruiting workflows and automation triggers within Fountain UI with no technical skills requirements.
All communication can be automated, so the applicant get instant feedback and moves through the hiring process much faster
80% of all applications for hourly positions happens on the phone. Therefore, entire experience has to be mobile first on both client and customer facing sides
Alternatives to Fountain
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(Last updated on 01/26/2022 by Marshall Bright)