Welcome To Your New Company Dashboard

At InAutomotive, we strive to not only provide our clients with the most advanced platform to find their new candidates, but keep it simple and easy-to-use too.

Which is why we are delighted to present your brand new company dashboard!

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We have listened to your feedback on ways we can make your on-site experience as straightforward and effective as possible and we are confident that we have well and truly delivered. Here’s why we’re sure you will love it as much as we do!

Everything you need, under one roofAll the information you will need to remain in total control of your recruitment, including remaining CV downloads, job credits and your renewal date are now in one place.

Manage on the go – The new company dashboard is totally responsive, meaning you can manage your recruitment by mobile or tablet, wherever you are.

Clean, clear and concise – Simplistic, easy to navigate and boasting a fresh new look. Using your company dashboard has never been this effortless.

Helpful tips to post your jobs – We have added some useful information that will make your job post stand out from the crowd.

Mark Murray – Project Manager believes this development shows once more that at InAutomotive, we put your experience at the forefront of everything we do.

 

Using our in house analysis team we have been able to streamline the clients section based on what is being used the most. We are continually looking to improve our clients’ experience on site and being on our own website platform we can implement changes to benefit our current users constantly

 

But that’s not all! We have more developments on the way, so stay tuned. In the meantime, why not take your new customer dashboard for a test drive or better still, get in touch with your customer service representative who will be more than happy to show you around.

 

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