Plum, a software-as-a-service company that provides enterprise organizations with the data they need to quantify the potential of their workforce, announced Friday it has acquired a new enterprise customer, Bentley Systems, the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors and owner-operators for the design, construction and operation of infrastructure, including public works, utilities, industrial plants and digital cities.

A number of large enterprises, including Scotiabank, Deloitte, SAP, Bloomberg and Hyundai are using Plum to enable data-driven decision-making when it comes to their talent acquisition strategies.

“We are seeing success growing our customer base with enterprise companies that are focused on improving candidate experience, reducing bias in the hiring process and helping provide efficiency in their recruitment pipeline,” said Plum CEO Caitlin MacGregor. “We’re excited to support Bentley Systems in these endeavours.” Last September Plum announced a US$4.2 million round of seed funding to continue a focus on their product strategy and to grow their enterprise customer base.

Working in close collaboration with SAP SuccessFactors and as a SAP App Center partner, Plum provides added value to the SuccessFactors recruitment module. The SAP SuccessFactors partnership was a key factor in the decision to purchase Plum, said Florence Zheng, Bentley Systems’ Chief Talent Officer. “Leveraging predictive talent data will enable Bentley Systems’ teams to be even more effective in our process and ensure that we are placing the right people in the right roles,” said Zheng. “There are a lot of great tools out there. The integration of Plum in SuccessFactors, besides the value Plum brings to the talent acquisition process, makes it a perfect choice for us.”

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