One of the premier recruiting software in the market right now, Jobvite was founded in 2007 in San Mateo, California. The following year they hired three key personnel formerly from Yahoo- Dan Finnigan as CEO, Adam Hyder as CTO and Tim Lambert as CRO. Since then, they have managed to scale up at a remarkable pace and in August 2015 they opened their second office in London, UK.
As of 2018, Jobvite's funding stands at 55.5 million dollars and it has established itself as an authority on workforce trends and behavior. This has all been made possible through its comprehensive recruitment software that takes an analytical and end-to-end approach to applicant tracking and recruitment. The company claims that their customers reduce time-to-fill by as much as 27% on average.
For any company or professional interested in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) landscape, it is essential to understand the rise of Jobvite and how it has established itself as a major player in the field of recruitment software. One way to understand this is by acquiring key technology insights that show how Jobvite is being integrated into the HR functions of its customers. Technographics collect all the insights that you need and can help you paint an accurate picture of the Jobvite customer landscape.
Slintel provides the most accurate and well-researched technographics available. We've collected data on Jobvite and multiple other ATS software so that our customers can obtain up-to-date marketing intelligence and business insights. So let's take a look at what our data has to say about Jobvite customers-
We have the data of almost 1,400 companies who are using Jobvite as their ATS. The vast majority of these companies (500+) are based in the United States of America. The second biggest customer base is in Europe, mostly concentrated in the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands. They range from small to large organizations, with most of them having global operations. However, it is interesting to note that Jobvite hasn't penetrated many emerging markets such as Latin America and South East Asia.
Jobvite users are spread across multiple industries and sectors such as Hospitality, Health Care, Consumer Electronics, Cyber Security, Music, Biotechnology, E-commerce, Advertising, Media, Entertainment and many more.
Some of the major companies that stand out in the Jobvite landscape are:
One of the three biggest record labels in the world, Universal Music is based in Santa Monica, California and employs more than 7,000 people worldwide.
An American chain of departmental stores, J. C. Penny operates 864 stores in 49 states in the US and Puerto Rico.
Founded in 1990, Dura Auto is an independent designer and manufacturer of automotive components such as control systems, exterior systems, and lightweight structural systems.
Headquartered in London, England, WPP plc is a global advertising and PR company that employs 1,30,000 professionals across the world and had an operating income of $1.9 billion in the past year.
A pharmaceutical company based in Princeton, United States, Kremers Urban was founded in 1904 and has over 100,000 employees.
One of the leading consumer electronics brands in the world, Logitech manufactures and sells computer and mobile peripherals in over 100 countries
An American video game company, Blizzard Entertainment is the company behind the famous World of Warcraft games. They have 9 studios and offices across the United States.
Dominion is an Ad Targeting company for the automotive and commercial vehicle, real estate, apartment rental, and travel industries. The company employs more than 100,000 people worldwide.
These are just a few of the big names that Jobvite has on its client list, which only looks to be on the rise. In the past month, they have added another seven companies to the list, including Rack Space, Insurity and Data Pipe. In contrast, only one company has dropped their services in the previous month.
As far as Jobvite renewals are concerned, the quarter between April and June 2019 is one to watch out for. More than 40 Jobvite customers have their contracts up for renewal during this period, and it will be of keen interest to competitors how many of them will re-sign. Sign up for a Slintel's Free Trial to see the full list of customers that have their contracts up for renewal.
Jobvite faces stiff competition in the ATS market from established competitors such as Taleo, iCIMS, Greenhouse, Lever and SAP Success Factors.
Taleo and iCIMS, in particular, have a dominant market share, with many of the top companies across the world opting for their ATS software. Taleo has a clientele that includes most of the Fortune 100 companies and has managed to scale up even more since it was acquired by Oracle in 2012. iCIMS has managed to do very well in the mid-level market, with its end-to-end recruitment software being widely used by start-ups. Slintel has over 4,500 customers listed for both Taleo and iCIMS.
However, even relative up-and-comers have carved out a significant market share. We have over 2,000 customers listed for Bamboo HR, Workable and Jazz HR. The trends show that most companies have moved to Jobvite from Taleo (15.22%) and Applicant Pro (10.87%). On the other end of the funnel, the companies who have dropped Jobvite have mostly moved to Lever (15.63%) and iCIMS (12.5%)
All things considered, Jobvite is on an upward trajectory in the ATS sector and may soon be vying for a top position in the market.
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