networx, recruitment software and service provider, are proud to launch the first in their Early Adopter Program series this April, inviting existing clients to join a forward-thinking forum to test and trial the latest developments.
The networx Early Adopter Program, is part of the company’s new product development cycle, encouraging clients to play an active role in the evolution of their applicant tracking software. As the first users of these developments, clients will shape the latest enhancements to improve their user experience and the experience of their fellow talent acquisition and in-house recruiter peers.
The program will last approximately four weeks, where clients will join a learning forum to openly discuss thoughts, feedback and live user experiences. networx will then collate the comments to feed back into the product lifecycle, to ensure the new developments accurately reflect the needs of their users.
The first in the series will include networx’s latest innovations across software navigation, intuitive dashboards and insights, and the new notifications module. These planned developments will be refined alongside the Early Adopter Program, ready for client-wide launch in the coming months.
Darren Nuttall, Product Director, comments, “Despite the challenging year across the recruitment sector, the team at networx have really come together to innovate and plan forward for our clients’ needs. The Early Adopter Program is a vital step in ensuring we keep our clients at the heart of what we do and that our development is driven by the real needs of our users.
We are incredibly excited to launch the Early Adopter Program, alongside these three key developments. With a growing development team and clear product lifecycle process, we have big plans for our software over the next 12 months, to remain a leader in recruitment innovation.”
For more information about the Early Adopter Program and how networx can support you in innovating your recruitment, and get in touch with the team today.Back to blog page