SAN RAMON, CA--(Marketwired - September 06, 2016) - eQuest today reported that it has amassed in excess of 80 billion candidate and job board performance records -- making its database the largest collective of job seeker and job board search and trending data in the world. The data is used to calculate and predict future hiring trends, strategize better overall job board spending; while realizing better candidate quality results.
Most data experts agree that eQuest's data is the most highly prized in the Human Capital space because it measures the actual effectiveness of online job advertising across a multitude of career sites, social networks, compliance and outreach locations, and search engines globally.
eQuest watches candidate activity, including trending and responsiveness to easily predict the best job board performances given the specifics of a job advertisement. eQuest delivers its Big Data through licensing, consulting, and synching its job posting user interface with its vast performance database.
"We are exposing some pretty dramatic findings," said Josh Judd, Data Success Manager at eQuest. "These findings are significantly changing the course of job advertising spend -- allowing our customers to realize a considerable reduction in cost per hire."
eQuest supports job posting and data analysis for customers of the top HCM tools including Oracle/Taleo, Workday, Kenexa/IBM, SAP/Successfactors, and many others.
eQuest provides domestic and international job posting delivery, job board management and employment marketing services. With its global reach, eQuest posts jobs to any posting destination in the world, reaching over 180 countries and territories and thousands of job posting destinations worldwide. eQuest also provides comprehensive candidate source tracking analysis for evaluating job board performance. eQuest is one of the most recognized and admired brands in the human resource industry. eQuest can be reached at www.equest.com.