Full talent acquisition suite eArcu serves as a one-stop-shop solution for organisations. ‘eArcu’s special because everything is housed under one roof. All the integrations are already within the system’, says Rosie Connor, eArcu’s marketing manager.
“So eArcu is a full talent acquisition suite”, says Connor. “We offer our clients anything from advertising, the full ATS suite, careers websites, all through to onboarding. A lot of it is internal processes, where people don’t actually have an ATS. So that’s something where our service helps with retaining their talent. That’s a big issue we aim to solve, all the way through to the onboarding as well.”
“Things like video interviewing such as diverse advertising are already part of it.”
According to Connor, the main benefit lies in the fact that eArcu works as a one-stop-shop solution for organisations. “There’s not many integrations that you’ll need because with the eArcu tool, everything’s already integrated. So things like video interviewing and diverse advertising are already part of it.”
From big organisations to smaller charities
eArcu’s customers range from large organisations, such as Asda, BT and British Airways to smaller charities, such as Macmillan and Save the Children. “eArcu’s special because everything is housed under one roof. All the integrations are already within the system. And our teams work really, really quickly to help our clients.”
“eArcu’s special because everything is housed under one roof. All the integrations are already within the system.”
Another notable customer is the DHL Supply Chain, for which eArcu redesigned the onboarding process. It resulted in a completely paperless process, with increased efficiency, increased engagement, and a new and improved candidate experience. After increasing the on boarding completion rate by 15%, the case was subsequently named a finalist for the best use of mobile recruitment at the 2020 OnRec awards and for best candidate experience at the 2020 IHR Awards.
So what’s next?
eArcu was initially founded in 2009, and after helping enable more than a hundred customers in the UK and around the world, the company was acquired by PageUp towards the end of 2021. As far as a roadmap for the next twelve months, eArcu’s Connor remained coy. “You’ll have to wait and see”, she said with a grin.