Vancouver Aquarium Selects Cytiva’s SonicRecruit

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<strong>Emeryville, Calif. &mdash; Oct. 18</strong><br />Cytiva Software Inc., a provider of on-demand talent management software solutions, has announced that Vancouver Aquarium has selected SonicRecruit to power its talent acquisition efforts.<br /><br />Vancouver Aquarium is the fifth-largest aquarium in North America, hosting nearly 1 million visitors annually for its 154 aquatic displays. <br /><br />&ldquo;Vancouver Aquarium is a prime example of a midsized employer whose needs aren&rsquo;t met by less configurable, low end ATS solutions,&rdquo; Jason Moreau, Cytiva CEO, said. &ldquo;They are one of a growing number of organizations that have selected SonicRecruit for Fortune 500-caliber recruiting solutions and service without the typical huge price.&rdquo;<br /><br />As a highly visible organization, and a desirable employer in British Columbia, Vancouver Aquarium receives many resumes each month.  <br /><br />No longer able to manage the flow of resumes through conventional means, Vancouver Aquarium set out to find technology to automate the sourcing, screening and hiring of great employees.  <br /><br />The 50-plus-year-old organization looks forward to increasing manager participation in the hiring process and stimulating employee referrals to help their recruiting efforts in a tight labor market.  <br /><br />The SonicRecruit deal includes customized Internet and Intranet career sites, manager self-service and automated employee referral program.<br /><br />&ldquo;We looked at other systems,&rdquo; said Andrew Martin, vice president of human resources. &ldquo;SonicRecruit was robust and affordable, and the company really wanted to partner with us to make the implementation successful.&rdquo;

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