iCIMS Rings in Year With Record-Breaking Sales

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Hazlet, N.J. — Jan. 15
iCIMS, a leading provider of single source, Web-based Talent Platforms, released the company’s year-end summary, which highlighted record-breaking sales, industry-high customer retention rates and an enhanced global presence.

This year nearly 180 new clients signed with iCIMS, bringing the company’s total customer roster to over 500 clients worldwide. In its eighth year of business, iCIMS has cemented itself as a premier full service Talent Platform provider, delivering a highly configurable, scalable solution to growing domestic and international corporations across all industries and sizes.

iCIMS strengthened its global presence in 2007; supporting more than 92 thousand users worldwide and hosting more than 1,000 applicant sites around the globe. An increasing number of multinational corporations have chosen to partner with iCIMS due to the company’s established global presence and flexible Talent Platform, iRecruiter. Fully scalable, iRecruiter supports all stages of the employee lifecycle, from recruitment and on-boarding to succession planning, performance management and more, all through one on-demand platform. Notable new clients include Northwest Airlines (NYSE: NWA), Famous Dave’s of America (NASDAQ: DAVE), New York Public Library, eHarmony, Post Properties (NYSE: PPS), MarketAxess (NASDAQ:MKTX), Ripken Baseball and Trustmark National Bank (NASDAQ: TRMK).

iCIMS’ 2007 accomplishments include:

  • 175+ new clients signed during fiscal year 2007
  • Maintained a 97 percent customer retention/satisfaction rating
  • 99.9965 percent system availability rating
  • Support of more than 500 clients across the globe
  • 64 percent increase of internal iCIMS staff
  • Server Upgrades to host and maintain SFTP and FTPS sites
  • Sub-4 week average implementation cycle
  • Upgraded iRecruiter user interface
  • Launched free bi-weekly customer training Webinars


“We are extremely proud of our successes in 2007 and attribute our accomplishments to the flexibility of the iRecruiter platform coupled with our dedicated customer support team,” said Colin Day, president and CEO of iCIMS. “iRecruiter gives growing organizations the flexibility to bring their recruiting operations to an international level, with a great customer service team to support them with best practices. As more and more organizations expand their talent management programs, iCIMS can easily scale their technology platforms to suit those changing needs — whether by adding multilingual career portals for candidates or by enhancing the breadth of the platform to extend into other talent initiatives beyond recruiting. These capabilities, coupled with our proven international successes to date, give growing organizations the tools they need to take their talent management programs to the next level.”

In addition to iCIMS’ record-breaking sales and strong customer retention rates, the company was also honored with several prestigious awards throughout 2007. iCIMS was named Business of the Year by NJBIZ magazine, in the 51-100 employee category, and was ranked 1,000th on the Inc. 5,000 List, which profiles North American’s fastest-growing private companies. On a global scale, iCIMS was honored on Software magazine’s Software 500 Survey of the World’s Largest Software and Service Providers.

“Our excellence in providing innovative solutions to the global landscape has allowed our clients to gain a competitive edge through their talent management strategies. With such a vast client base, iCIMS understands that every organization has unique needs when it comes to engaging and retaining the best talent on both a local and global level,” said Day. “Our record-breaking year is proof of our strong working relationship with all our customers and we are confident in continuing to expand our global presence in the coming year.”

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