myStaffingPro Surpasses 1,000 Clients

What’s in 1,000? As a tech start-up company based in Ohio, the answer is “a lot”. In 1993, Robert (Bob) Schulte was ready to exercise his entrepreneurial spirit, and try something new. Armed with a recruiting and business management background, he started HR Services as a project-based, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) company. After several successful years, and truckloads of paperwork, he hired Jennifer Brogee to develop an interactive voice response system (IVR) to collect applicants’ answers to prescreening questions and self-schedule appointments. The IVR improved the applicant experience by allowing them to apply from a touch tone phone, but it took hours for our support staff to transcribe the applicant information.


When Google was just in beta, HR Services launched the web-based applicant tracking system, myStaffingPro.

 


Version 1.0 was a custom solution; if you can dream it we will “persuade” our programmers to build it ASAP. As customers came on board, more and more functionality was added to the system. In 2005, we streamlined our custom shop and organized the system into a standard edition that could be implemented in under 30 days. Since then, we’ve been continuously adding functionality to myStaffingPro so any company can become a customer on our single platform.

In the last 16 years, myStaffingPro has grown from an idea to an award-winning applicant tracking system with more than 1,000 customers. As we reflect back, we would like to thank you, our customers, friends, and partners for your support, ideas, and feedback. Without you, none of this would have been possible.

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