Our software experts began with collecting and analyzing the
customer’s requirements. Aiming to get a clear picture of its
business-specific needs, our team interviewed the company’s HR
managers. As a result of this stage, we defined the main issues they
would like to address.
With the help of impact mapping, our engineers visualized the
project roadmap and prioritized features. Then, we estimated the
work scope, budget, and deadlines. To faster deliver a working
solution, we recommended the client making 2 versions.
Our team developed 2 app versions that contained 3 modules:
In the first version, we created 2 modules—for candidate and task
management—that allowed the client to interview and estimate
applicants, maintain a candidate database, parse resumes, send
notifications, create tasks, track their statuses, etc.
The second version included the third module—a knowledge base—for
storing an employee handbook, information about the company,
culture, etc. In addition, we incorporated features such as
claim/request processing and candidate testing.
Our team created a PWA (progressive web app)—a web application that
looks and behaves like a native mobile app—to provide HR managers
with a seamless user experience. As a consequence, they don’t have
to work in the browser and open dozens of tabs to perform tasks.
A PWA is available via:
Therefore, the customer can install the app on a mobile device and
access it with one click. In addition, a recruitment management
software system can work offline.