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At SmartRecruiters, our mission is to connect jobs and talents at scale. We want to help companies to achieve Hiring Success by providing the ability for them to hire top talents on-demand and on budget.

Base on the belief, the SmartRecruiters API Platform aims to help companies, both customers and partners, to build custom hiring solutions that can grow and scale within their own industries, existing workflow and processes.

Why should you use SmartRecruiters API?

While the SmartRecruiters system is versatile and efficient with its build-in features and functions, there are times you may want to create custom workflows or build integrations that help automates steps in your hiring process. You want to use SmartRecruiters API if you are:

  1. Building a customize hiring solution: SmartRecruiters API includes various of resources such as: Jobs, candidates, job postings, reviews, assessments, interview, users, reports and many more. Our API have been used by many of our beloved customer to build customized hiring solutions that works well with their existing systems on their desire workflow.
  2. Automation and increase efficiency: SmartRecruiters API also enable you to design a custom application that automate processes that are not available via standard configuration within SmartRecruiters. Visit our Use Case & Guides to see some examples.
  3. Distributing your solution: If you are a partner, SmartRecruiters Marketplace offers a unique opportunity to showcase and offer your solution to SmartRecruiters customers.

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If you are interested in building with SmartRecruiters API, your next step is to obtain a credential and test out the API. Read on and find out how in just 3-steps

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