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Focusing on Simplicity, eCandidate Targets Small and Medium-sized Businesses with its Enhanced E-recruitment Platform


Copenhagen, 28 March 2011—eCandidate, a web-based online recruitment platform, this week unveiled a fresher, simpler user interface. eCandidate aims at attracting small and medium-sized firms with essential e-recruitment tools accessed through a streamlined, easy-to-use web portal. eCandidate’s latest enhancements combine simplicity with functionality, resulting in an improved and surprisingly pleasant online experience for both users and applicants.eCandidate’s fresh, new design and colors are accompanied by a simplified layout and easier-to-use controls certain to boost its appeal to its market niche. And all eCandidate’s useful features are preserved in this new version:

•    eCandidate can be accessed from a web browser anywhere and set up in minutes with no software installation.
•    Job openings are created fast with simple, easy-to-use forms and text editor. Openings can be posted on the employer’s customized career and application portals hosted by eCandidate. 
•    Applications can contain customized screening questions for candidates that produce automatic ratings of applicants based on their weighted answers.
•    Alternatively, employers can post search-engine-optimized links to their applications and career portals anywhere job hunters are searching. 
•    All recruitment data—applicant profiles, uploaded documents, ratings, and user comments—is stored and conveniently organized in one place, online.
•    eCandidate can also save valuable time by sending customized application-received and applicant-rejected emails automatically.  
•    Users can sort candidates by screening score, user rating, status, or any of four other variables, and all team comments and ratings for each applicant are logged automatically.
•    Currently, eCandidate offers a free service plan.All in all, the new eCandidate brings to a competitive marketplace simplicity, style, ease of use, and added flexibility—which are bound to be welcomed by smaller users.For more information, visit eCandidate at, see eCandidate’s development blog at, or email to full press release