Teamtailor particularly stands out for its career site builder. Yes, many ATSs have this, but it’s an afterthought feature for the majority of them. The case is different for Teamtailor as their career site builder was one of the original core features that the rest of the platform was built around.
Teamtailor is an applicant tracking system with great employer branding features built-in. One of its powerful features is the career site builder. Talent acquisition teams can build their own site without needing help from IT and marketing. This means TA is more in charge of their employer brand. This is a customizable site that relies on basic building blocks to make it easy to add calls to action, infographics, social wedges, and more.
As the product starts to service larger and larger companies, there is more functionality around customizing stages in the ring process, as well as filtering so that you can find the jobs and candidates that are most relevant to what you’re working on currently.
They also have a nurture feature for candidates that aren’t ready to apply. These are basically marketing campaigns, but for your candidates. For example, you may want to keep silver medalists warm for future hiring.
From a recruiter perspective, I can see my entire pipeline in analytics, along with stats around how long candidates have been in my pipeline, how fast I am to respond to candidates, etc.
Overall, we think Teamtailor is a really good ATS, suitable for mid-sized companies looking to attract and convert the right talent.
Teamtailor is not a good fit for small companies and startups looking to start small, then scale their software instance as they grow and have more cash flow.
Teamtailor is used by over 4000 organizations, including Kry, Goodbye Kansas, Vitamin Well, Ponsse, and Daniel Wellington.
Teamtailor has partnered with several job boards, social media sites/apps, onboarding tools, HRISs, candidate assessment tools, and more so users are able to quickly connect their Teamtailor instance with products already in their HR tech stack. Some familiar names include LinkedIn, DocuSign, Bamboo HR, Gusto, Checkr, and HackerRank.
Teamtailor’s pricing starts at £2750 for companies with 1-25 employees. This includes unlimited job postings, candidates and user access to the system. You can get in touch with Teamtailor’s sales team to get an estimate according to your business size and needs.
Teamtailor used to be a tool for smaller companies, but now their solution is catering mostly towards 50-400 employee companies that need a powerful but simple ATS.
You can trial Teamtailor for free for up to 14 days. To get started, head over to Teamtailor’s website and click the Try it free button. This will take you to a page where you can enter your company details and do the basic account configuration. Once done, you can begin testing Teamtailor and see if it meets your needs. Here are some important things to keep in mind should you go through with purchasing Teamtailor:
Teamtailor has a knowledge base with plenty of articles for customers to self-serve. If further help is needed, customers can reach out to Teamtailor’s support team via live chat, phone, and email. Dedicated account managers are assigned to high-spend customers.
Teamtailor was founded by Erik Andersson, David Wennergren and Richard Tifelt in 2013. The three of them had previously worked together across several projects, and realized there really wasn’t a candidate-focused recruiting suite. The original philosophy was all about the candidate, which also just so happens to make it very easy for companies to attract and recruit the best people.
A secondary, but very important priority for them was ensuring that Teamtailor is as user-friendly as possible so recruiters, employees, and hiring managers can get the most value out of it. Today, Teamtailor is now almost a decade old, used by 4,500 companies across different verticals.