COMPAS Integrates with Adobe’s EchoSign »

San Francisco, CA – COMPAS Technology is a Silicon Valley based Talent Management Software Company that delivers two unique talent management products that are tailored to Corporate Recruiting Departments and Staffing Agencies. COMPAS announced today the release of Adobe’s EchoSign electronic signature services, integrated to both the Corporate and Staffing platforms.

The integration for the Corporate Platform automates the on boarding process for new hires. The interface allows for easy sending of documentation from their document library and also allows the user to upload new customized documentation. The integration is seamless, allowing the COMPAS user to track every step of the process including time of creation, distribution, review by signer, and signature. Most importantly, the document(s) will be automatically stored in that candidate’s record making documentation storage collaborative and extremely organized.

The integration in the Staffing Platform includes the automated on boarding but also allows users to send contracts to their customers for electronic signing. This integration provides the same easy to use interface within the Client Record located in the CRM and Job Order applications. This enables the user to organize the Fee Agreements against the Client Record and a Statement of Work against the Job Order / Contract Record.

“We worked hard to provide our customers on both platforms the deepest level of integration possible with EchoSign. By doing so we’re increasing visibility and decreasing the administrative burden relating to agreements. On boarding candidates and completing contracts are unnecessarily time consuming activities in our industry. With this integration, we’re confident our users will cut those times in half. At COMPAS, we use the same product that we sell to manage our business… this functionality has added tremendous value to our sales and recruitment efforts.” Tommy Semereaux – Director of Product Development

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