Push notifications are becoming ubiquitous as we travel around the Internet. These are the little “opt-in” messages on your browser or phone that ask to use your location (or not) to send you notifications you might be interested in. StafQuik wants to bring them to staffing firms’ job-sites and has raised a pre-seed round of $500K to help them get started. Targeting staffing firms, it’s positioned as a way to automate high volumes of contact with candidates for engagement purposes. Seems like a feature in a recruitment marketing or staffing ATS/CRM platform to us.
From Fin SMEs:
StafQuik, a Baltimore, MD-based staffing technology company, closed $500k in pre-seed funding.The company intends to use the funds to:– ramp up research and development for its proprietary software platform, as well as– market expansion and product roll-out.Led by David Epstein, CEO, StafQuik is a contingent staffing technology company offering a SaaS platform for deploying contingent workers.The system broadcasts work opportunities through “push notification,” affording agencies the ability to connect instantly with large segments of their talent pool. The software platform is used by staffing agency leaders as well as technology experts in other labor-intensive industries to improve the quality of talent deployed, retain top talent and as a talent acquisition tool.