In a world inundated with data, sometimes it can be difficult to see beyond the numbers

The best business decisions are supported by data. However, in a world that generates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, it’s reasonable to ask how much of it we can actually handle when we’re faced with making business-critical choices on a daily basis.

At Vacancysoft, we love data, and we pride ourselves on the amount we produce. Last year, we monitored 100,000 companies and more than 2,000,000 jobs so that you could make the right decisions for your recruitment firm. We don’t just pump out figures, though; we make sense of them.

Around 65% of us are visual learners, meaning that we can better process information when pictorially represented. In fact, research suggests that our retinas operate at about the speed of an Ethernet connection. So, it’s no wonder that seeing data is among the best ways of consuming it.

This speed is crucial when you’re dealing with a fast-changing environment like the recruitment industry. You need to be able to spot patterns and trends as they emerge and ahead of the competition so that you know where to best direct your resources.

With Vacancysoft’s Vacancy Analytics visualisation environment, you can pick the data you want to see and even layer it to view correlations between companies, regions and roles. This is data visualisation software that you control; you pick the data sets from your filtered searches, and you decide how that data is presented on your own personal dashboard.

Our visualisation tools can help you navigate our up-to-the-minute vacancy data more quickly and help you make your business case for your colleagues in seconds. After all, don’t they say that a picture is worth a thousand words?


If you would like to book a consultation with us to analyse trends in your market, you can schedule one here.

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