idibu celebrates first birthday
Multi-posting system idibu (http://www.idibu.com) has unveiled its latest upgrade to coincide with the company’s first birthday. Launched on 12th February 2007, idibu, now with over 70 clients and 250 job boards past has undergone a complete redesign of the system interior as well as launching the new adWatch email service.
The adWatch service remembers which boards you’ve posted a vacancy to and also how long you selected the ad to run. The email alerts mean that users no longer need to actually login to idibu to see when their ads are due to be removed from boards. Instead, clients can choose which consultants will receive the notifications and within the daily emails users are informed which ads are expiring on which boards with a direct link to begin re-posting the ad.
Following a client survey undertaken prior to Christmas idibu discovered that this was the number one requirement from current users and has acted quickly on the feedback.
One of the leading motor recruitment agencies, Automotive HR is one of the companies that requested the new tool. Admin Manager Lucielle Rumsby said the software upgrade has been fantastic, “we always have lots of vacancies live at any one time and having expiry warnings e-mailed directly to us means we save precious time by just reposting the ads in a few clicks, without even having to log into the system”
Steve Walker, idibu MD, commented, “It’s a great celebration to get to our first Birthday. 2007 was a year of developing the product to maturity and creating a firm base to grow the business. With the system upgrade that improves on an already easy-to-use product, and the convenience of our new adWatch service, 2008 is going to be the year idibu becomes a major player in the multi-posting market.”
idibu has also upgraded the look and feel of the client area within the system (screenshots available on request) meaning that the idibu is now even easier to navigate, allowing users to save more time when posting vacancies.
Call the idibu team on 0800 311 2750 or email email@example.com to sign up for a free trial.