Evan wants to work for Company X, but sees no jobs that fit on the career site.
He sees he can quickly submit his email and job interest so Company X can stay in touch.
Easy. Now that Evan is in the Sales pipeline, the CRM workflow triggers an email to ask him a few extra questions on his experience.
Next, he receives an email with an employee video.
Cool. Evan clicks to return to the career site, where an AI chat assistant says hello.
He asks a question about hiring veterans, then answers a few screening questions and submits his resume via chat.
Two months later, a Sales position opens at Company X.
Smart workflows send this job right to Evan’s inbox, and a recruiter uses Pipeline Intelligence to prioritize a list of candidates. Evan’s on it.
Exciting. Evan receives an email from the recruiter to schedule an interview, since the recruiter has already seen his resume in his CRM profile.
Evan appreciated that the recruiter thanked him for his military service.
Evan didn’t get this job, but his every interaction is tracked to his profile in the CRM, as well as any progress in the ATS.
As a silver medalist, veteran and talent network member, he is primed for another potential opportunity.