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Acq - Fin - III | Alive

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Last Raised

$936.32M | 3 yrs ago



About Bullhorn

Bullhorn provides cloud-based CRM solutions for relationship-driven businesses. Its automated data capture and customer insight technology help companies win customers and keep them engaged. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Headquarters Location

100 Summer Street 17th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts, 02110,

United States


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Directory services, Data management, Data synchronization, Remote desktop, Groupware


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Latest Bullhorn News

Bullhorn Finds Automation and Digitisation Key

Mar 2, 2023

Share Bullhorn’s annual global recruitment survey has found that the recruitment agencies with the highest revenue gains were twice as likely to use these automation and digitisation as those who saw revenue losses. The report shows that on a global level, while most recruitment agencies saw growth in 2022, certain practices were more likely to separate those who saw the highest gains in revenue from those who suffered revenue losses. Agencies with the highest revenue gains were twice as likely to have digitised their data as those with the greatest revenue losses and nearly twice as likely to use automation heavily. More than two-thirds (69 per cent) of recruitment agencies in the UK and Ireland have begun implementing a digital transformation strategy, according to Bullhorn’s Global Recruitment Insights and Data (GRID) 2023 Industry Trends Report. This is compared to a global average of 77 per cent. However, many are still in the early stages. Only 25 per cent said they use self-service technologies such as chatbots to streamline operations and engage candidates, and only 14 per cent heavily leverage automation throughout their business. Seven in ten (70 per cent) recruitment agencies in the UK and Ireland reported an increase in revenue last year, putting them above the global average, while a slightly larger number (74 per cent) expect to improve performance again in 2023. With continued economic uncertainty and intensifying competition, recruitment agencies in the UK and Ireland are splitting their priorities between winning new clients and acquiring candidates. Both are evenly cited as the top priorities at 39 per cent each, followed by digital transformation at 34 per cent. Despite feeling optimistic about their business growth prospects, recruitment agencies continue to face client-related challenges. The most pressing is an increase in job requisitions that are too specialised or demanding (according to 19 per cent of respondents), followed by a lack of communication from clients (16 per cent), and a reduction in overall job requisitions (15 per cent). For recruiters in the UK and Ireland, candidate acquisition remains a challenge: nearly two-thirds (65 per cent) cite the talent shortage as a top challenge in 2023, compared to the global average of 56 per cent. However, global agencies that followed certain best practices in engaging candidates were 30 per cent or more likely to report revenue gains in 2022. These best practices include engaging with passive candidates in the agency’s database, soliciting referrals from candidates, and using candidates’ preferred methods of communication, among others. The two practices most correlated with success were redeploying candidates and database utilisation. Globally, the agencies that lined up the highest proportion of workers for new roles before the end of their assignments and those that most frequently filled a position with a candidate already in their database were twice as likely to report revenue gains last year and 50 per cent more likely to expect gains in 2023. However, fewer than 10 per cent of agencies use automation to redeploy candidates. Leah McKelvey, SVP, corporate development & enterprise strategy at Bullhorn, commented: “Recruiters in the UK and Ireland bounced back last year after a difficult 2021, and agencies appear optimistic about continuing that growth trajectory throughout 2023 despite the current economic uncertainty. As the labour market dynamics continue to shift and increase competitive pressure, it is critical for agencies to have modern systems in place that deliver a connected candidate and client experience if they want to stand out. “As our research shows, recruitment agencies in the UK and Ireland ranked winning new business and acquiring new candidates equally as their top priority,” McKelvey added. “The firms that are delivering on both fronts and outpacing the industry on revenue growth are those that are advancing in their digital transformation journey. By adding more automation and self-service capabilities to the mix, these agencies are ultimately freeing up more time to spend with their candidates and clients.” Read the full report here.

Bullhorn Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Bullhorn founded?

    Bullhorn was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Bullhorn's headquarters?

    Bullhorn's headquarters is located at 100 Summer Street, Boston.

  • What is Bullhorn's latest funding round?

    Bullhorn's latest funding round is Acq - Fin - III.

  • How much did Bullhorn raise?

    Bullhorn raised a total of $66.88M.

  • Who are the investors of Bullhorn?

    Investors of Bullhorn include Stone Point Capital, Insight Partners, Vista Equity Partners, GE Capital, Elmrock Capital and 12 more.

  • Who are Bullhorn's competitors?

    Competitors of Bullhorn include LevelEleven and 7 more.

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