The Global Recruiter: New tech platform from Matrix for temp staff recruitment

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Following a successful twelve-month period of agile development with early adopter clients and users, Matrix Prism, the new contingent workforce management platform exclusively available from Matrix, will roll out with the first tranche of employer, recruiters and suppliers already reaping the benefits of faster, easier processing of indirect personnel. Powered by OutSystems, the low-code nature of Matrix Prism not only simplifies and accelerates sourcing the most appropriate contingent workers, but also means the platform can be quickly adapted and configured to meet the needs of a rapidly changing recruitment marketplace.

The Global Recruiter: New tech platform from Matrix for temp staff recruitment

The Matrix Prism project is headed up by Matrix Chief Product and Technology Officer Ashley Doody, who commented: “We’re delighted with the success of the last twelve months and the feedback from our customers has been really encouraging. Our core objective with the new platform, all built in OutSystems, is to increase our speed to market and have the ability to build new solutions more time-effectively. This means we’re able to evolve and enhance functionality within the platform and can react much more quickly to changing requirements – both in the market and from our customers.”

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