Reducing time to hire remains key trend in HR tech search

Latest data from AMS Verified reflects the need for organisations to fill key roles quickly amidst a tight talent market and despite a slowing economy.

AMS, the global talent solutions business has unveiled the latest data on search trends seen on its talent technology analysis platform, AMS Verified.

AMS Verified allows members to search for and receive deep product analysis of over 160 of the world’s leading talent technology solutions. Anonymised data from these searches has demonstrated the topics most on the minds of over 150 talent acquisition professionals.

Launched just six months ago, AMS Verified’s most recent data analysis shows:

72% of members searched for technology to reduce the time to hire66% of members selected the objective to increase the quality of hire50% of members selected the objective to increase candidate satisfaction

These search trends support the recent data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which revealed that more than a million open vacancies remain unfilled in the UK. In a tight labour market competition for skills remains intense reflecting talent professionals’ requirements to get the right skills into their organisations quickly.

Reflecting on the data, Jonathan Kestenbaum, Managing Director, Technology Strategy & Partners, AMS said: “HR technology trends are changing quickly. You only need to look at the recent noise around ChatGPT to see that organisations are open, now more than ever, to new and innovative ways of finding the right hires to enable their business success.

“The data we’ve seen go through AMS Verified over the past 6 months has been a bellwether for the trends we’re seeing elsewhere in the talent world. To reflect this, next month members will be able to conduct searches by business problem. Providing them with the ability to source the products which most match their requirement and enabling their business objectives.”

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