LinkedIn Names Lever its Talent Solutions Preferred Partner

By CIOReview | Monday, April 18, 2016
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LinkedIn’s intuitive employee recruiting processSAN FRANCISCO, CA: Lever, a provider of Applicant Tracking System (ATS) software, is now an inaugural partner of LinkedIn’s Talent Solutions (LTS) Preferred Partner Program. The LTS Program, launched last month, comprises of ATS providers from all over the world, that leverage LinkedIn’s intuitive employee recruiting process. 

As part of the collaboration, Lever has introduced a new integration feature to its recruitment platform, focused at delivering enhanced customer experience. In addition, the platform now offers customers a “one-click” access to candidates’ LinkedIn profiles, Notes, and InMails. The integration has also added the “Apply with LinkedIn directly” option to every job listing, thereby, improving the application experience for candidates.

“The Lever team has combined exceptional design and UI to create a product that its customers and end users love. We look forward to working with them to enable integrations with our key products, and are very pleased to have them be a part of our Preferred Partner Program,” says Lee Womer, Director, Business Development at LinkedIn.

Furthermore, the companies intend to release new integration services in the coming months that ensure advanced visibility across the two platforms. Consequently, Lever is already developing features for LinkedIn’s next generation of Recruiter Spotlights and new Referrals product, which is expected to launch later this quarter.

“Today's millennial workforce are charting their careers and finding opportunities in new ways," says Sarah Nahm, CEO and Co-founder, Lever. "A talent platform like LinkedIn and collaborative recruiting platforms like Lever inspire companies to go beyond application forms and empower them to develop comprehensive talent engagement strategies. We are excited for what seems like a natural partnership with LinkedIn and the many opportunities to innovate together in the future.”