Microsoft join Forces with Darwin to work on Recruitment HR CRM

DarwinBlog, Recruitment

Microsoft team to work on Darwin for next 12 months

Darwin has deepened its relationship with the world’s most accomplished software company.

Over the next year Microsoft are to supply the CRM provider with a team of highly skilled consultants & engineers to assist with the following:

  • Architecture – ensuring the CRM is built to stand the test of time
  • Code review – ensuring the CRM is a highly efficient application
  • Scalability – ensuring the CRM can scale to meet the needs of the largest organisations
  • Security – ensuring that customer data is safe and well protected

Up to 23 Microsoft experts may be be involved in the work, each a recognised expert in his field. The CRM provider also get to put their Recruitment HR through its paces at Microsoft’s high-tech laboratories in Reading, which no other HR CRM provider has done.

John Walden, Chief Technical Officer, said: “We are thrilled to be working with one of the oldest and most accomplished software companies in the world.”

Recruitment in the Fast Lane

The CRM provider is only one of a handful of carefully selected UK development firms to be chosen by Microsoft to participate in their ‘fast track’ programs for emerging ISV’s, including:

BizSpark – providing commercial licenses for virtually all Microsoft products

Metro – preview & training in new Microsoft technologies, often before they are released to other developers

CEO Mike Chatha, said: “We are delighted to be developing a special relationship with Microsoft, and hope to be working with them for a long time to come.”