Hireology Debuts New Platform Design and User Interface

February 7, 2013

Hireology users embrace features of Hireology 2.0 and begin to utilize new features

Chicago (PRWEB) February 07, 2013

Leading selection management platform, Hireology, recently announced the launch of their new platform design and user interface, Hireology 2.0. The redesign, which debuted Monday evening, offers users a much more navigable setup. Hireology 2.0 also boasts new features, revamped tools and more flexibility.

The redesign, which has been in the development stages for the past several months, focused primarily on the feedback from Hireology customers. Taking their needs, advice and ideas to the design team, Hireology is excited to debut the sleek interface.

“When Hireology started, we had two employees. At the time, our design was great. But now that we have more employees and even more customers, we knew it was time for a makeover,” said Margot Nash, director of product development. “After listening to our customer’s feedback, we’ve built a platform that is much easier to use, but offers our users even more features.”

Hireology will be holding webinars on Wednesday, February 6th and Thursday, February 7th to give users a tour of the new platform and to answer any questions regarding the redesign. They also posted a video tour of the new design on the Better Hiring Today Blog.

About Hireology

Hireology´s award-winning Selection Management System helps companies organize their hiring process and leverage data to make better hiring decisions. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology´s web-based Selection Manager to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field – leading to better hiring decisions, lower turnover, and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit http://www.Hireology.com.

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