Your ATS Implementation Will Fail for This One Reason

Less than half of applicant tracking system (ATS) implementations are delivered on time, and only 32 percent are delivered at or under budget, according to a 2017 study[1] by HR technology consultancy Aptitude Research Partners. But why’s this the case?

In the past, recruiters could legitimately blame the software—ATSs were clunky platforms that were hard to set up and even harder to use[2]. Nowadays, with so many intuitive, highly flexible options[3] to choose from, this excuse doesn’t hold water.

Here’s the reality: Seventy-eight percent[4] of small business ATS buyers will experience delays or extra costs with their implementation not because of software, but because they don’t have a defined change management process in place for new technology.

That’s why we’re covering three change management best practices that can make your ATS adoption process much smoother. These practices will help make sure your implementation stays on time, on budget and—most importantly—doesn’t cause you to mismanage or miss out on qualified candidates.

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