See above how FrontDesk looks after finding and selecting one company.
Below shows how it changes after double-clicking on the company contact Sara Seven (no. 11) in the list of contacts for this company.
This is how FrontDesk looks after selecting a Company Contact (Sara Seven, HR Manager at Seven Limited).
Notice especially the change in colours (user-configurable) and most importantly the way the number of available tabs and their headings have changed. Next we will see how it changes after double-clicking on the Product Manager Vacancy (ID 16) in the vacancy history for Sara.
This is how FrontDesk looks after selecting a Vacancy (Product Manager for Seven Limited, Client Sara Seven).
Notice again the change in colours and available tabs and their headings have changed. Next we will see how it changes after double-clicking on the highlighted Candidate (Claire Leanne, ID 2) in the shortlist.
Here is Claire selected within FrontDesk, showing her details in top area and attributes in bottom area.
Notice now that in the Selection Area there are four items with different icons showing clearly what they are. Just go up, down or use the mouse to make any of them the selected item - the screen on the left will change to match the item as before
Something to draw particular attention to is one of the USPs of the system: Support for Manual AND Automated Attributes.
This includes the ability to store and search for one or the other or both. What this means in practice is that when the Concord CV Manager processes one or more CVs it will automatically extract all phrases and words that are significant to your sector - these are scored according to number of occurrences, etc and become immmediately searchable. Later on, when your consultants apply their skill to add to or modify these attributes then Concord uppercases the attribute and allows these to be searched independantly if required.