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Sapling Launches Integration with Hire by Google to Improve the Speed and Quality of Hiring + Onboarding

by Mariya Finkelshteyn

Mar 26, 2019

Onboarding + HRIS software leader unveils new integration, transforming how companies engage, hire and onboard new talent.

Sapling, the onboarding and HRIS platform empowering People Operations teams with connectivity, data, and insights on their global workforce, is excited to announce an integration with Hire, a recruiting app by Google that uses AI to make the hiring process faster and simpler.

With Sapling’s prebuilt GSuite integrations and shared goals for the future of work, an integration between Sapling and Hire is perfectly aligned, streamlining administrative tasks and enabling people teams and their talent to have a seamless, redcarpet candidate and employee experience. With this integration, People teams can manage the entire employee lifecycle in a streamlined and unified way, centered around talent-focused companies using G Suite.

“We’re very excited about Sapling and Hire’s integration, and the impact this will provide for many growing teams and shared customers, including Copper, UserTesting and” comments Sapling’s CEO, Bart Macdonald. “Both of our organizations are on a mission to help facilitate an intuitive and streamlined talent and employee experience for medium-sized companies centered around G Suite. This integration will help empower people professionals to be more efficient and strategic at scale.”

As the platform of choice for KAYAK, KPMG, Invision, Coupa and many more, we believe that when you create a great employee experience, HR can better support teams to do their best work. Reach out today for your personalized tour of the Sapling platform and integration marketplace.

Mariya Finkelshteyn

Mariya serves as the VP of Marketing at Sapling, leading marketing and demand generation efforts for the organization. She has a proven track record of driving efficiency and growth, bringing sales and marketing teams together through the utilization of shared objectives, best practices and innovation.