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RealMatch, the leading recruitment advertising technology platform and Recruitment ADvisor Blog sponsor, is pleased to announce that it has been named Talent Acquisition Partner, Innovator of the Year in the Large Organization category at the Recruiting Service Innovation (ReSIs) Awards gala in Las Vegas.
The Recruiting Service Innovation Awards (ReSIs) are designed to recognize the individuals, organizations, products, and services that have a significant and beneficial impact on talent acquisition including optimization of the recruiter's experience. The highly competitive selection process included detailed evaluations and extensive customer interviews conducted by prominent veterans from the recruiting industry.
''It's an honor to be named Innovator of the Year as our programmatic job ad distribution and matching technologies continue to disrupt the online recruitment market. We continue to expand our technology capabilities to better serve recruiters and job seekers alike while helping our digital publishing partners grow revenue and better serve their advertisers with our white-label platform,'' said Jonathan Bulkeley, RealMatch CEO.
"The ReSIs celebrate the innovators and innovations in talent acquisition, and RealMatch's award is well deserved given its extraordinary contribution to the technology and service offerings that are driving our industry," stated Peter Weddle, ReSis Founder and executive director of the association.
This year's award ceremony coincided with the announcement of the rebrand of the association, which will now be called the Association for Talent Acquisition Solutions (TATech.) The change is a reflection of the rapidly growing member base going well beyond job sites and career portals to include leading talent acquisition technology providers and mid-large employers focusing heavily on leveraging innovated technology solutions to source quality talent more efficiently.
Check out RealMatch President Terry Baker's comments from the event below: