Talent Rover Launches Offices in Australia and Japan to Meet Industry Demands
Talent Rover, the global leader in cloud-based recruiting and staffing software, announces the opening of two new Asia-Pacific locations.
Talent Rover, the global leader in cloud-based recruiting and staffing software, today announced the opening of two new Asia-Pacific locations, Sydney, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. These two new sales and operations centers will serve staffing and recruitment firms throughout the region. With offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, India, Australia and Japan Talent Rover now offers a local presence in numerous highly competitive staffing markets.
The decision to further expand into the APAC market was based on Talent Rover's mission to simplify the recruitment process by creating technologies focused on enhancing workflows and driving users adoption, all with fewer clicks. By reducing time-to-fill and increasing ROI Talent Rover empowers customers to better understand their data, make informed decisions, grow their businesses and gain a competitive advantage.
Founded and designed by recruitment leaders, Talent Rover is driven by “on the desk” experience and the demands of a global industry. The cloud-based platform reduces the most complex and tedious parts of the recruitment workflow into fast, intuitive processes allowing recruiters to make more placements in less time. Built on Salesforce's App Cloud, Talent Rover is native in 20+ languages and supports over 100+ currencies. The solution is designed to adapt to the local labor regulations of any country and support firms of any size.
“We continue to receive a high demand of interest from prospective clients in Australia and Japan, this, combined with elevating our support for our existing customers in the region, motivated us to establish a permanent presence in both countries,” said Brandon Metcalf, co-founder, and COO of Talent Rover. “In the coming months, we will build local teams, participate actively in recruitment events, and continue to support the growth and vitality of the global recruitment community. We plan on kicking off our entry into the Japanese and Australian markets by hosting welcome receptions highlighting local charities. The Talent Rover Foundation is dedicated to donating one percent of our time, one percent of our product and one percent of our profits to charitable causes.”