Avionté, a leader in staffing and recruiting software, has announced that it has acquired COMPAS Technology, an innovative provider of recruiting and talent management Software-as-a-Service. COMPAS products will become part of Avionté’s suite of staffing solutions to better serve the combined company’s clients.
COMPAS provides award-winning staffing and recruiting software for IT and Professional staffing agencies. The cloud-based COMPAS application has been adopted by more than 300 clients since the company was founded by staffing and recruiting industry veterans in 2009.
Avionté and COMPAS each have successful track records serving the staffing and recruiting industry. Avionté has focused primarily on Clerical and Light Industrial staffing, while COMPAS has focused on IT and Professional Staffing. Because Avionté and COMPAS solutions are complementary and highly compatible, all clients will benefit from accelerated innovation and a stronger, more comprehensive combined solution. The combined company now serves more than 25,000 users in nearly 900 staffing agencies.
“We have always placed great value on the relationships we have with our community of clients, which are built around the innovation we provide to help improve their business operations,” said Karl Florida, CEO of Avionté. “As we add COMPAS to the Avionté family, we look forward to delivering even greater new software capabilities to our clients as we bring the best of both applications together.”
Blended solution to include best product features for staffing success.
The combined company will continue to support and enhance the existing Avionté and COMPAS software applications that nearly 900 clients use today. At the same time, the COMPAS capabilities will be combined into the end-to-end Avionté staffing and recruiting software solution to benefit all staffing agency clients. The combined solution will leverage many of the SaaS capabilities that distinguish the COMPAS application today, including robust business intelligence, broad sourcing, advanced search, vendor management system support, and enhanced CRM functionality.
Continued momentum, stronger partner ecosystem.
Avionté has grown rapidly since founded in 2005, supporting more than 17,000 users in nearly 600 staffing companies. Acquiring COMPAS adds to Avionté‘s continued growth and expansion. The combined company will offer staffing solutions and expertise to a broader range of clients across the staffing industry, bringing the very best staffing products to market more rapidly and on a wider scale.
“By choosing COMPAS, Avionté has shown us how much the company values our approach to helping recruiters and human resource professionals onboard talent and grow their businesses,” said Brian Vesce, CEO of COMPAS Technology. “We have the same deep commitment to our clients, and to building innovative staffing products that help our clients do business better. This will be a powerful combination of two leading staffing solutions.”
In addition, Avionté and COMPAS clients will greatly benefit from a richer partner ecosystem created by the combined company. Staffing agencies will be able to take advantage of a broader array of integrated software and services from trusted industry partners that are complementary to Avionté and COMPAS software applications.
Founded in 2005, Avionté offers a commitment to the staffing industry paired, with robust technology. Avionté delivers a fully integrated front and back office staffing software solution, including advanced reporting, compliance management and a large community of integration solution partners. For more information, visit www.avionte.com.
About COMPAS Technology
COMPAS Technology is an enterprise-level SaaS recruiting application offering clients cutting-edge functionality to process requisitions, interview and select candidates, approve time, and process invoices. Moreover, with robust reporting features and data management capabilities, COMPAS provides significant visibility into workforce management. For more information, visit web.mycompas.com.
Originally posted on PR.com.