i3 Pharma Resourcing, a leading global provider of quality clinical research and data services personnel, has signed a contract for the implementation of Bond Adapt, the market leading recruitment software application from stock market-listed Bond International Software.
i3 will replace a number of disparate databases throughout its global operations with Bond’s flagship software, Bond Adapt. Director of Data Services at i3, Gail Kniveton, comments, “We conducted an exhaustive review of nearly a dozen leading staffing software vendors, but elected to partner with Bond. This decision was based on Bond’s overall ability to deliver against several key objectives, including the provision of tailored support of our proprietary business processes, automated quality assurance capabilities, and the proven capability to implement successfully in an organisation of our size and structure. By fulfilling these objectives, it was proved that Bond Adapt could help us provide superior service to our clients, candidates and workforce on a global scale.”
Kniveton continues, “Bond Adapt will enable us to grow our business and drive continual improvements in a cost-effective manner.”
Bill McHale, President of i3 Pharma Resourcing, comments, “It was imperative that the system could support our expanding operational footprint across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas, therefore we needed a scalable solution that could support multiple languages. Bond’s Adapt platform was the clear choice for i3 due to its market-leading functionality. In addition, its flexibility, scalability and extensive experience in international roll-outs will enable it to deliver rapid ROI across all of our offices.”
Tim Richards, Managing Director of Bond International Software, said, “Bond International Software is a global company, both in terms of our reach of operations, and the scale of our customers and projects. It is precisely this pedigree that showed us to be the ideal technology partner for i3 and which gives them the confidence to rely on our systems in their current activities and with which to grow the business still further.”