JazzHR is an applicant tracking software. I like it, but I wish it had more commenting and tagging capability.
Founder & CEO - Unbound
Jazz is a really good pipeline management tool.
Founder & CEO - Yesware
Jazz is a local company in Pittsburgh, and we share an investor with them. We don’t have a lot of hiring needs at the moment but it’s mostly off of our network.
Co-founder & CEO - ContainerShip
We tell everyone, even the people that apply on other platforms, to follow the link to apply through Jazz. We really like it.
Founder & CEO - VIVE
It works well; it has an embeddable widget and handles the stream of resumes very well.
COO - Reverb.com
We’re working on replacing Jazz with Lever. Jazz is terrible. It’s hard to use, and seems like old-fashioned software. It’s way more complicated than we want, yet doesn’t have any of the features we want. The summary pages of your open positions look bad, and it’s extremely hard to use their candidate tracking process.
Co-founder - Rocksbox
We use Jazz, but more for applicant tracking than recruiting. It seems to work fairly well, and is very configurable.
Co-founder - FullContact
We advertise all of our available job listings via Jazz. We love it because it has given us a central database for all applicants. We used to get hundreds of emails for each job application, and each one had a PDF or a Word doc attached, and it got to be very messy, and hard to manage. But now we have everything in one place, and in one format. Jazz makes it really easy for all of us to share and collaborate on rating people we want to move to the next level of the process. They also have a great feature that’s a bit like Tinder, where you can quickly move through applicants.
Founder & CEO - Museum Hack
We used to just use email for this, so since we upgraded to Jazz, we’ve been very happy. They’ve made some improvements of their platform as well, so they’ve overcome a lot of their UI bugs.
CEO - DoSomething
I appreciate the team collaboration aspect of this tool, and the fact that it efficiently distributes your job applications across a number of different channels. It’s not the most elegant software, but we’re happy to have it. We’re hiring 10 people/month, and we just found a recruiter who will build a hiring workflow in Jazz, which will be very helpful.
CEO - Fluent City
We love Jazz. It's just really easy to manage our pipeline. We'll set up a job, have people apply and then we can just sort through the profiles. But what's great is that you can sort through them in such detail. For example, we've created a database of people that we liked but just weren't a perfect fit, and now we have a whole grouping of candidates to reach out to when we have open jobs. Jazz does all that sorting and storage for us.
Co-founder & President - ALICE
Despite the name, Jazz is fine. From everything we’ve heard and seen, we’re excited about switching to Greenhouse, but it remains too expensive for us at the moment.
CEO & Founder - Greatist
Jazz is a super easy to use applicant-tracking system with a ton of other data functions. Their API took seconds to set up with our site. Jazz also very reasonably priced.
Founder & CEO - Kargo
3%Stacklist Startups Are Using Jazz
Jazz is most popular among growing Seed and Series A startups that already have 25-50 employees and are hiring at a steady clip. About a tenth of Stacklist users have used Jazz.
Jazz has three pricing plans, all of which include unlimited jobs, user accounts and data storage. Jazz One, at $149/month, allows you to post an unlimited number of jobs to dozens of job boards and turns all of the resumes you receive into a searchable database. Jazz Two, at $399/month, includes workflow automation, interview management and scheduling, referral programs, candidate screening, and reporting. Jazz Three, at $699/month, can help you determine who to hire, including candidate profiling, collaborative recruiting, applicant tracking and data-driven evaluations based on data gathered from your current employees.
Visit the website: https://jazz.co