HR Strategy Announces Acquisition of Recruitment Firm QCI Healthcare

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On March 2nd, AI-powered recruitment form,, announced the acquisition of Michigan-based healthcare recruitment firm, QCI Healthcare. The acquisition is’s fourth staffing agency acquisition.

"The highly fragmented staffing industry has grown from 6,500 companies in 2000, to over 20,000 today. With the onset of the digital revolution, the staffing industry is ripe for both consolidation and modernization with further digital enhancements. We're delighted to welcome the QCI team to and we are committed to developing this and our other acquisitions by applying our technology to remove friction from the staffing process."

- Co-Founder and CEO Paul Sloyan

"We are thrilled to now be part of My Co-Founder Christian Vera, and I recognized this as a great opportunity to further grow and enhance QCI, while continuing to offer our clients and nurses first-class level service. The addition of's technology will help us bring QCI to the next level, and we are excited by the journey ahead with the rest of the management and team."

- QCI Medical President Ken Jewett has focused on streamlining the staffing and hiring process with its proprietary technology. A singular software system called ‘Always On Recruiter’ (AOR) is used to parse applicant responses. The platform is AI-powered and uses a machine learning algorithm. is effectively and efficiently using its platform and proprietary technology to streamline the staffing process. All company applicant responses are run through a singular software system called Always On Recruiter (AOR). This highly technical system is powered by's artificial intelligence, which utilizes a unique machine learning algorithm. 

" has been developing software designed to fit seamlessly within systems of record, like Bullhorn, vendor management systems, and programmatic software, in order to streamline the attraction, shortlisting, screening, and scheduling components of the recruitment process. Our AI receives feedback at all points of the process and uses demand-side learning to help increase accuracy in identifying the best candidates out of an applicant list." 

- Co-Founder and Chief Visionary Officer Arran Stewart



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