4 Articles from September 2019

  • We're Hiring! IT Recruitment Resourcer

    All across the recruitment industry, a collective sigh resonates from people disillusioned with their agencies, whether it’s a Director that has watched Wolf of Wall Street one too many times, annoying “rituals” which see you doing the walk of shame across a huge office to ring a bell every time you do a deal, or a multitude of others- take your pick. Well, we’re here to offer you an alternative. If you’re a Recruitment Resourcer looking for a change, we want to speak with you. We’re on the lookout for someone who is a great people’s person, who knows how to listen and understands what makes people tick. You’d be working with our consultants on a range of roles be they permanent or contract, Salesforce or MS Dynamics. You’ve already got some experience, so we wont insult you by laying out the job responsibilities in bulletpoints. You know what you need to do. But enough about you, here’s some more about us. We’re ShapeIT, a boutique recruitment agency based in Manchester City Centre. Our team is made up of both Dynamics and Salesforce experts, and two lovely pooches as well. We’ve been around for a few years now and we’re...read more
  • We're Hiring! IT Recruitment Consultant

    Do you love recruitment and really try to set yourself apart from the droves that see it as more of a numbers’ game than anything else, but find it hard to do so in your current role? Do you cringe at the thought of being seen as one of “them”, but don’t have the freedom to talk to clients and candidates as human beings because if you do you’ll be 5 calls short of your “80 sales calls a week” target on Friday afternoons? It seems as though it could be the perfect time to come and see what we are all about. ...read more
  • 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Transforming CRM

    It appears that 2019 is the year when the union between Artificial Intelligence and sales has finally evolved. While this relationship began to gain momentum last year, applications that married the two were limited. Recent research has shown that more than half of CRM users believe that the most important factor for a good CRM is ease of use. A CRM that isn’t easy to use simply won’t be used by employees. That is the reason why adoption rates among end users are still as low as 25%, despite growth in CRM purchases, according to Salesforce. ...read more

Search this blog