December 7, 2019

Greenhouse Announces Enhanced Partnerships with Gem and Namely

Greenhouse Announces Enhanced Partnerships with Gem and Namely

Deepened integrations bolster Greenhouse CRM and Onboarding capabilities and expand connectivity and automation on its platform

Greenhouse, the fastest-growing talent acquisition software company, announced at Greenhouse Open 2019, enhanced partnerships with Gem, an all-in-one recruiting platform that provides a single source of truth for talent teams, and Namely, a leading HR platform for mid-sized companies. These integrations further Greenhouse’s efforts to support automation and connectivity across the suite of solutions Greenhouse offers. Greenhouse’s partner program has the largest set of distinct partners in the space and is a key part of Greenhouse’s growth strategy.

Gem’s existing solution sits directly on Greenhouse’s platform and the additional enhancements will make it easier to manage workflows and view candidate status in Greenhouse CRM. Other features will help companies:

  • Source new talent
  • Find and validate email addresses for prospects
  • Create email marketing campaigns to prospects
  • Track email performance through analytics and reporting

“We’re excited to expand our partnership with Greenhouse,” said Nick Bushak, CTO and Co-founder of Gem. “Integrating with their CRM is a natural extension of our ATS integration and helps our mutual customers source faster, increase their response rates, and build relationships with talent.”

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Building on nearly five years of partnership helping joint clients increase recruiting and hiring efficiency, the deepened integration between Namely and Greenhouse Onboarding further eases administrative burdens associated with new employee orientation. Available today, employers can connect their HR and onboarding systems so that following a candidate’s job acceptance, Namely automatically imports fields like name, email, phone numbers, address, date of birth, title, and other important employment information into the company’s HR system of record.

“With over 270 mutual clients already using the robust integration between Greenhouse and Namely, we’re helping to make employees’ transition from pre-hire to their first day on the job seamless,” said Graham Younger, President and Chief Revenue Officer, Namely. “We’re pleased to work with Greenhouse to offer these clients even more flexibility and options for automating the onboarding process in whatever way best fits their organization’s needs.”

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As the recruiting industry continues to evolve, there has been an increase in demand on talent teams to adopt new technologies to aid sourcing and hiring efficiencies. To help its customers meet those demands, Greenhouse provides the most robust partner ecosystem of solutions that automate and connect recruiting, CRM and onboarding needs.

“In this market, the candidate experience is incredibly important and can ultimately reflect directly on a company’s hiring ability and overall brand,” said Jon Stross, President and Co-founder, Greenhouse. “We continue to build our partner ecosystem to make the process of recruiting, hiring and onboarding employees as easy and intuitive as possible through increased connectivity and automation. Critical to that approach is building integrations that easily enable our partners to offer more functionality. Partners like GEM and Namely are examples of the success we’re seeing in this area.”

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