Key Features

We have collected all the necessary functionality in one system so that you can devote more time to the main thing - people

Fast CV parsing

Integration with job portals

Chatbot notifications

Database of candidates


Recruitment funnel

Detailed statistics

Tags and filters

Mass actions


User-friendly interface


Effortless Implementation


Online tech support


Reliable data protection


This section contains all the company’s vacancies, including archived ones. Here you can create a vacancy, publish it on job portals directly from the system, check the status of vacancies, add tags for convenient filtering and track each candidate hiring stage on the Kanban board.

As soon as a candidate responds to a vacancy, Hurma automatically parses his resume and adds it to the “New” column in the Kanban board. Also, you receive a notification about a new candidate through the chatbot. After that, you can start processing the CV and call the candidate at any time convenient. So, you no longer need to spend precious minutes filling out a CV.


This section stores the entire database of candidates. It has convenient filtering and sorting features. You can filter candidates by tags, by vacancy, by expected salary, and even by the recruiter, they are attached to.

In the candidate’s profile, you will find all the necessary information about him/her. For example, qualifications, work experience, contacts, attached CV files and their status. Here you can attach files (CV, test task, etc.) to the profile. You can see all the actions that occurred with the candidate’s profile, you can attach colleagues responsible for these actions and much, much more.

In addition, you can work with candidate profiles as quickly as possible using the bulk actions available in the system.


The statistics section has a tab for recruitment, where you can see information about vacancies for different periods of time. You no longer need to collect a lot of data for analytics – Hurma collects everything itself in convenient graphs and charts, you just have to analyze the efficiency of using various tools or recruitment channels.

Integration with job portals

Integration with job portals greatly facilitates the recruiter’s work. Just imagine how much time a specialist loses by manually placing a vacancy on each job site, and there can be more than one vacancy. And if there are 10 or 20 of them? According to our calculations, this process could take a recruiter’s entire working day.

With the help of the Hurma System, you can post a vacancy on job portals with which the system is integrated with one click.

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What is an ATS system?

Applicant Tracking System (ATS) is a program used to automate recruiter’s routines. It helps to create job openings and distribute it on the job boards. ATS is also indispensable whenever you need to source candidates, store information to the database and process it, as well as monitor the effectiveness of closing job openings.

Use ATS to collaborate with your colleagues: arrange meetings between candidates and screening experts. Store notes on progress with every candidate and share them with hiring managers.

With ATS you define your recruitment process as a chain of steps (“funnel”) that candidate must pass before getting a job offer. ATS collects statistics on actions you and your colleagues perform in the system. Having this data in hand you can manage and optimize your recruitment process as well as perform all the routines substantially faster.

What is the difference between a CRM system and an ATS?

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