Wink is an Internet of Things company that allows homeowners to control their smart devices from a single user interface. It began life in an innovation incubator, but it was after striking out on its own and undergoing a change in ownership that Wink started to experience the growing pains common to new businesses. Like many new companies, Wink had big goals to grow and expand its business, but limited bandwidth presented a roadblock.
Wink lacked a recruiting department but needed to fill a number of important roles within the company to avoid stagnation and continue its forward momentum. In order to meet its aggressive growth goals and maintain a global presence, it needed both a recruiter to find talent and a scalable, standardized process in place to manage candidates.