MRINetwork Standardizes on eGrabber Sourcing Tools for New Office Development program

MRINetwork Standardizes on eGrabber Sourcing Tools for New Office Development program

Clinton Rozario

Clinton Rozario

Product Manager at eGrabber
Clinton Rozario is a B2B List Building technology expert and architected LeadGrabber Pro, the B2B List Building Tool from eGrabber. Clinton joined eGrabber in 2003. He held key roles in R&D, developing strategic and proprietary technologies. He is now responsible for development of eGrabber's List Building and List Completion Tool Suite. He is also available on Google+ and LinkedIn.
Clinton Rozario

All new MRI franchisees are trained to build revenue pipeline using eGrabber’s Power Sourcing Suite.

eGrabber & MRINetworkeGrabber Inc., the developer of the world’s most powerful B2B list building tools for Recruiting and Staffing firms, has been chosen by MRINetwork as a standard inclusion in its New Office Development training program. MRINetwork is the world’s largest search and recruitment organization with more than 1,100 offices in over 35 countries and system wide billings of nearly $500 million.

The New Office Development (NOD) program is a six-week training given to all new MRI owners/managers. Besides training material, MRI offices are provided with a software bundle to help them start and run their business. eGrabber’s Power Sourcing Suite is now part of that software bundle.

With the eGrabber Suite, MRI offices can market to more clients and grow candidate pipelines. The software quickly builds lists of hiring companies and their hiring managers, so that users can market to more clients and close candidate placements faster. The Suite builds candidate pipelines by giving an easy way to source candidates in real time on professional networks, social networks, job boards and search engines and import the resumes directly into Applicant Tracking Systems, like PCRecruiter.

“Recruiting and Staffing firms who buy eGrabber get ROI within the first 30 days of using it. And eGrabber does not charge per lead, so you can grow your revenues without the cost,” said Hassaan Sophie, Business Development Manager, eGrabber.

eGrabber Inc., the developer of the world’s most powerful B2B list building tools for Recruiting and Staffing firms, has been chosen by MRINetwork as a partner in its New Office Development training program. MRINetwork is the world’s largest search and recruitment organization with more than 1,100 offices in over 35 countries and system wide billings of nearly $500 million.The New Office Development (NOD) program is a six-week training given to all new MRI owners/managers. Besides training material, MRI offices are provided with a software bundle to help them start and run their business. eGrabber’s Power Sourcing Suite is now part of that software bundle.

With the eGrabber Suite, MRI offices can market to more clients and grow candidate pipelines. The software quickly builds lists of hiring companies and their hiring managers, so that users can market to more clients and close candidate placements faster. The Suite builds candidate pipelines by giving an easy way to source candidates in real time on professional networks, social networks, job boards and search engines and import the resumes directly into Applicant Tracking Systems, like PCRecruiter.

“eGrabber is……………………………………..,” said Colleen Mahoney, Vendor Relations & Marketing Communications Manager, MRINetwork. “The eGrabber Power Sourcing Suite enables our franchisees to create a database for a Discipline, Industry and Geography (a”DIG”)………(more quote)………………………………………… Our own Corporate Sales team is using eGrabber tools to create prospect lists and recruit future MRI franchisees.”

“MRI Network is…………………………………………….,” said Chandra Bodapati, Founder/CEO of eGrabber. “………………………………………..”

Recruiting and Staffing firms who buy eGrabber get ROI within the first 30 days of using it. And eGrabber does not charge per lead, so you can grow your revenues without the cost,” said Hassaan Sophie, Business Development Manager, eGrabber.

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