CV-Library will give DaXtra Search users access its database. This means organizations using DaXtra services for recruitment will be able to gain on-demand access to millions of CVs from its extensive database of more than 13 million candidates.
DaXtra Search is a CV software product that matches candidates using integrated semantic search capabilities by searching across a range of in-house sources and online communities. It intelligently filters candidates to show results ranked by relevance.
Users will get access to CV-Library’s database once CV-Library is enabled on a user’s account. When the user finds a relevant CV, the candidate’s details are unlocked if they are registered with CV-Library. Users not signed up with CV-Library will only see only a redacted version of the CV.
Once a CV-Library account is validated, users can unlock the CV to get all of the candidates’ details. If recruiters want to progress with the candidate’s application, they download the CV and can add it to their DaXtra candidate shortlist.
The service helps recruiters save time because they’ll be able to search for suitable candidates in one place.
“We understand that recruiters are constantly under increased pressure to get the best candidates in front of hiring managers,” CV-Library founder and CEO Lee Biggins said. “With that in mind, we’re excited to be working with DaXtra on this CV search integration, helping organizations source the best-matched CVs for their roles, quickly and efficiently.”