CVCheck has teamed up with leading Australian HR software company PageUp in a partnership that will see major blue-chips like Telstra, Programmed and Linfox have access to the Perth-headquartered company’s online screening and verification services. PageUp will now integrate CVCheck's resume verification services into their own software platform that is used by about 25% of Australian majors.
Online resume screening and verification company CVCheck has entered into a strategic partnership and platform integration deal with human resources software provider PageUp.
In a market update on Monday, ASX-listed CVCheck said the agreement with PageUp, which operates a leading HR Information Software platform for large enterprises, was targeted at assisting PageUp’s risk management and compliance processes.
The deal means that PageUp’s platform, that already provides recruitment and other software services to a range of industry associations, employers and individuals, will now integrate CVCheck’s employee verification and pre-screening options.
According to CVCheck management, the deal marks the start of a promising commercial relationship between the two companies, incentivised via a revenue sharing model as part of the agreement.
Another plus of the partnership, which builds on CVCheck’s growing list of successful HR integration projects, is the exposure it provides for Perth-based CVCheck, given around a quarter of Australia’s larger companies use PageUp’s HRIS software services.
CVCheck CEO Rod Sherwood said: “This arrangement is strategically important to both firms with PageUp customers enjoying immediate business benefits. PageUp provides HRIS services to roughly a quarter of Australia’s large employers and CVCheck is a leading background screening provider.”
The partnership is more positive news for the ASX junior whose services include job reference checks, university degree verifications and police record checks amongst other things.
The company can also provide intel about whether a candidate has been involved in dodgy dealings such as money laundering or has failed credit checks. Its increasingly popular digital platform now has the capacity to conduct checks across an impressive 190 countries.