TalentBin Completes Integration With Avature CRM to Expand Social Sourcing Capabilities
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TalentBin Completes Integration With Avature CRM to Expand Social Sourcing Capabilities

Francisco : IN : USA | Jun 25, 2012 at 6:01 AM PDT
Source: PR Newswire
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TalentBin , the talent search engine that turbo-charges talent discovery across the web, today announced full integration with Avature CRM , a Web 2.0 platform designed for social networking, recruiting and referral management. FULL ARTICLE AT PR Newswire
 
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