TMCnet, a global, integrated media company, recently honored iCIMS Talent Platform with a 2012 Cloud Computing Excellence Award.
In a statement, Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC (News - Alert), said, "TMC is proud to announce iCIMS, Inc. as a recipient of the second annual Cloud Computing Excellence Award." "The iCIMS Talent Platform has successfully demonstrated innovation as well as the ability to improve the cloud."
iCIMS Talent Platform version 12.1, which launched in late July, improves functionality that is core to the foundation of the Talent Platform including user interface , searching, analytics, integrations, and accessibility. This latest version also boasts iPad support, UI improvements, powerful Web services and enhanced search capabilities.
Officials said that iCIMS also plans to launch the 12.2 release of the Talent Platform, which has been designed to enhance the functionality that enables customers to bring high quality, top talent into their iCIMS solution.
"We are honored to be recognized by the Cloud Computing Excellence Awards for our best-of-breed Applicant Tracking System," said Colin Day, CEO, iCIMS, Inc.
"iCIMS is one of the leading pure SaaS (News - Alert) companies in the HR software industry and as our competitors continue to acquire companies and adapt code in an effort to establish end-to-end HCM solutions we have continued to focus on what we do best: cloud-based talent acquisition solutions. To keep up with the industry while still being true to ourselves, iCIMS is constantly upgrading the Talent Platform to include new features that give users the advantage they need to win the war for top talent.”
In addition to iCIMS, this year's winners included Citrix Online (News - Alert) Services Division, EarthLink, Inc., and iCIMS NOW customer Enghouse Interactive.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman