HRchitect Tech Vendor News: The University of Calgary Chooses Talemetry

The University of Calgary Chooses Talemetry as its Recruitment Marketing Platform

Leading Canadian university to use Talemetry to attract key talent; Talemetry platform will be used to extend Oracle PeopleSoft to source candidates and deliver a modern application experience.

Vancouver, BC, July 22, 2014 – Talemetry, the leading provider of recruitment marketing and sourcing solutions, announced today that the University of Calgary has selected Talemetry to enhance their existing Oracle PeopleSoft talent acquisition manager solution to deliver a complete recruitment marketing platform.

University of Calgary is planning to become one of Canada’s top five research universities by 2016, and it will be particularly important to attract and retain key talent. Talemetry will help the University attract and nurture talent to support its fundamental goal of being a comprehensive academic and research institution.

“We are excited that the University of Calgary has selected Talemetry as a key component of its recruitment marketing strategy. Talemetry’s platform will provide recruiters the ability to directly source candidates from a variety of candidate databases and create talent acquisition and nurturing campaigns to market open jobs to candidates,” said Nick Rusiniak, Talemetry VP of Sales.

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