Introducing Avionté’s New Consulting Department!


Avionte Consulting Department

We’ve recently created a new department at Avionté! We’re excited to announce that Avionté has established a consulting department, which was created to provide additional services to clients and prospects in the form of workflows, best practice process and enhanced usage or Avionté’s features and products, including third party integrations. The consulting department is made up… »

Department Focus: The Imp Team, Redefining Scope in 2014


Implementation Team - Avionte

We know the process of transitioning to a new software platform requires a lot of work and can put a lot of strain on internal staff. But there are ways to control the amount of pain that comes with a software transition. At Avionté, we’ve been working to minimize the amount of disruption the implementation process could… »

Avionte Makes Best Companies List for Second Year!


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Earlier this month, Avionté got some great news; for the second year in a row, Avionté made the Minnesota Business Magazine Best Companies to Work For list! This year’s list was announced in mid-March and established the award winners based on their high marks in employee satisfaction, collected from employee surveys. Avionte Staffing Software was one of several… »

Embracing the Trend Towards Mobile Recruiting



In recent years, smartphones and tablets have changed the way we work. An article published late last year on USA Today predicts that worldwide, tablet sales will outplace both desktops and laptops in the coming years, and a report by International Data Corp. suggests that an estimate of more than 1.3 billion people will work… »

Avionté Reports High Growth and Client Retention in 2013



Avionté reported a 36% growth in revenue for 2013, making it the eighth consecutive year the company reported a revenue growth of over 35%. Read about this growth and our other 2013 successes in our newest press release: “2013 was another great year for us,” said John Long, CEO of Avionté. “Avionté is continuing to grow… »

Avionte Hope, Updates from Nepal



This month, Avionte Hope dollars are being used to make a big difference with their donation of $1,010 U.S. dollars to the nonprofit organization the Santi School Project. The funds will be used to buy and install white boards and a drinking foundation at four schools in the surrounding area of Kathmandu, Nepal. For more information… »

Thanks for a Successful Development Summit!



Avionté experienced another year of record growth last year. We feel we’ve risen to the next level in staffing software and a ton of changes are taking place throughout the company as we set ourselves up for future growth. We’re always striving to make our software product better, which is why we’ve continually upped our investment in R&D. In… »

Department Spotlight: Avionté Support Sets Goals for 2014



Avionte Support has seen many changes in 2013. We’ve increased our support staff to 17 employees, now managed by Josh Sayotovich, who stepped into his role as Support Manager in early February. Recently, our VP of Operations Laura Schmitz’s has increased her day-to-day involvement with the support team. She now oversees the Support and Customer Care teams, helping… »

Avionte on KDWB’s Christmas Wish Program



For nearly 20 years, Minnesota radio station 101.3 KDWB has gifted clothing, food, car repairs and other items to local families and individuals in need during the holiday season. This is done through what they call their “Christmas Wish” program and throughout December, the KDWB Dave Ryan Show has aired broadcasted the stories of people in and around the Twin Cities area that have… »

The Avionte Hope Foundation’s Gift to the Philippines



Last month, after one of the biggest typhoons ever recorded hit the Philippines on November 7, 2013, Avionte’s Technical QA Engineer Alex Jonson reached out to Avionte employees and spoke with the Avionte Hope Foundation to see if there was anything we could do to help out with the cause. With millions of people displaced… »