New technology highlights from the 2015 GTS User Conference

Our 2015 GTS User Conference brought together our network of career management office professionals using our Global Talent System (GTS®) platform as their b-school’s central career service software. Attendees shared best practices, learned about new and upcoming features in the system, networked with other schools, and discussed ideas for future improvements.

Some new GTS technology highlights from this year’s event include:

Career Tracker

Candidates can track all of their external job search activities and professional networking contacts within their school’s GTS career service platform. Job-seekers are able to:

  •         Create, flag, associate, sort and prioritize their tasks, contacts, companies and jobs
  •         Add searchable “tags” to any type of record
  •         Set due date reminders
  •         Email contacts directly from the system
  •         Import and export records

Salesforce Integration

Company, recruiter, and candidate information can be transferred to and from our partner schools’ Salesforce accounts.

Career Tracker™

Additional Application Documents

Employers are now able to require documents in addition to resumes and cover letters with job applications.

Salesforce Integration

Multiple Jobs per Visit

Employers can associate multiple job postings with one visit, while still allowing for restrictions on interviewees’ applications and room assignments. This creates a more lenient on campus recruitment structure, especially helpful for schools using GTS for their undergrad students.

Additional Application Documents

Scorecard Enhancements

Schools can better track their students’ career service progress in our gamified report, with new additions that include targets set by the office, targets set by the individual student, and reporting exports of scorecard data.


Lauren Kleban

Lauren joined MBA Focus in the summer of 2013, to help plan, produce, and implement both industry and product-related communications. Primarily responsible for copywriting, Lauren creates consistent and strategic messaging throughout marketing and sales material. By applying creative marketing concepts, she helps MBA Focus to build and maintain its brand, while promoting its exclusive network, recruitment technology, and career management tools. Lauren graduated from The Ohio State University in 2013, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing.

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