ApplicantPro's Google Chrome Extension
We are excited to announce our new ApplicantPro Google Chrome extension! This new extension will allow customers to pull new hire information from ApplicantPro's Applicant Tracking System and push that data into other employee management systems without an integration!
While ApplicantPro already integrates with a number of HRIS and payroll systems, we haven't been able to integrate with all of them for number of reasons, including cost to us and the client. This new ApplicantPro Google Chrome extension not only allows our clients to use ApplicantPro cohesively with their other systems but it's also free to use!
How to use ApplicantPro's Google Chrome Extension
While this extension is completely free to use, there are a few requirements.
- You must be an ApplicantPro client. (Not an ApplicantPro client? No problem! Sign-up today for a Free Trial of our Applicant Tracking System!)
- Use a Google Chrome browser while accessing ApplicantPro's Applicant Tracking System.
- If you don't have Google Chrome on your computer, you will first need to download and install Google Chrome.
Ready to see the it in action?
Watch our short video below to see how easy it is to use ApplicantPro's Google Chrome extension.
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