Filed under BlogWednesday, 20 March 2019
PIXID’s mid-market, fast to deploy agency-led VMS is set to transform the digital recruitment landscape in Ireland
London – March 13, 2019 – European Recruitment Technology Solutions provider PIXID is delighted to announce the launch of its myPixid Vendor Management System (VMS) solution in Ireland. myPixid is already Europe’s leading mid-market VMS platform and will work in tandem with PIXID’s other technology solutions to help agencies and end clients of all sizes to streamline all aspects of the recruitment process.
The launch of myPixid in Ireland follows PIXID’s recent introduction to the UK and the Netherlands, building on the market dominance which PIXID has already achieved in France. To put that dominance in perspective, PIXID’s cutting-edge and fast-to-deploy technology is now responsible for filling 1 in 3 temporary positions in France and is helping to power the growth of that country’s temporary staffing market.
The myPixid VMS platform provides an end-to-end temporary staffing solution that meets the needs of recruitment agencies and end clients as well as contingent and temporary workers. It combines exceptional functionality and ease of use with a strong focus on ensuring compliance. The power of myPixid at launch in Ireland will be reinforced by the strong track record which the candidate referencing platform.
Mark Kieve, the CEO of Pixid UK and Ireland, commented: “The Irish employment market is interesting on so many levels and we are delighted to be launching myPixid at a time of tremendous growth in the Irish economy and the significant rise in demand for talent that has come in its wake. “Our technology can cater for all kinds of agencies and end clients and – along with our other technology offerings - will provide temporary staffing and recruitment solutions that are highly scaleable and cost effective even for the most well-established companies in the country. I am very much looking forward to attending this week’s annual National Recruitment Federation conference in Dublin.”