An Applicant is any person who has a profile and resume stored in the BrightMove Applicant Tracking system.
A Client is a company who has employed your services to staff their contract or permanent positions. If you are an HR department using BrightMove, clients may be departments within your organization.
A contact is any person who is working for a client. A Contact, for example, could be a hiring manager or a Vendor Manager.
Requirement is synonymous with job or requisition. It is a position that your company is working to fill or has filled.
A submittal in BrightMove means a Candidate has applied to a job or has been submitted (applied) to the job by a recruiter.
A Sendout in BrightMove is the action of sending a Candidate to a Contact / Hiring Manager for consideration. Sometimes customers call this a submittal internally but in BrightMove, it's a Sendout.
The BrightMove planner is a robust calendar feature that ties all of your recruiting and sales activities together on one screen. The planner is used for reviewing past activities, scheduling current and future activities, and creating reminders for those activities.
The BrightMove Time Keeping Module. The Time Keeping module allows an administrator to see time sheets, time sheet reports, and even overdue timesheet reports so that they can then pay their employees and bill their clients appropriately.
A recruiter is a full licensed user with a login to BrightMove.
Reports afford the BrightMove user the ability to make sense out of the data they have entered into BrightMove.
The Settings option has several sub-options, all which have to do with setting up employees, company preferences, email forms, exams, etc.
A listing of all of the different things in BrightMove that a licensed user can customize themselves. BrightMove should reflect the unique language and processes that your company uses.
User Defined Fields (UDF)
UDF's are custom fields the user can create in order to capture and store additional information in all profile types (Candidate, Client, Contact, or Job).
Triggers are rules that can be set up in BrightMove to have actions automatically happen. Example- You can currently set up a submittal Trigger to Close a job automatically when an Applicant enters a Hired submittal status.