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SourceWhale is the only platform recruiting teams need to execute their daily recruiting activities, find pipeline insights and nurture relationships at scale – all from a single place.

No matter if for business development or sourcing candidates, making calls is a staple part of a recruiter’s job. In fact, our data shows that 66% of all meetings booked through SourceWhale campaigns are secured directly from phone call steps.

However, this essential task is usually disconnected from your other outreach activities. At best, having to switch between SourceWhale and a separate dialer or physical phone is inefficient, with one study showing the average recruiter switching between apps and tabs 3,600 times every day (HBR). At worst, it leads to prospects and candidates falling through the cracks, ultimately resulting in missed opportunities and lost revenue.

We’ve addressed these challenges head-on and developed a brand-new tool that makes it simple to make calls by integrating them smoothly with your other business development and candidate sourcing outreach tasks.

Introducing SourceWhale Dialer.


More meetings, less hassle

Previously when going through their to-do list, a recruiter would be faced with call steps that they would have to leave SourceWhale to complete. This is disruptive and slows you down, no matter whether you are using a third-party dialer or picking up a landline or cellphone.


Dialer has been designed to ensure a smooth workflow and is fully integrated as part of the to-do tasks you complete each day. It enables you to perform all your outreach in one place quickly, easily and with no disruption to your workflow.


When used in combination with SourceWhale’s Live Feed feature, Dialer makes it even easier to act on intent signals, enabling you to call contacts in the moment of peak engagement. Maximize your response rates and boost conversions by having real-time conversations immediately after a prospect interacts with your content.

Seamless call logging

We know that strong prospect, client and candidate data is the lifeblood of an agency. Once your call is complete, it’s the work of moments to add call notes and select a call outcome which are then recorded to your CRM thanks to SourceWhale’s extensive integration capabilities.


This means that call data is captured and recorded accurately and consistently, ensuring you can be confident in the quality of your data and that your team’s admin burden is minimized.

Dial everywhere from anywhere

However, you don’t even need to be in SourceWhale - or even completing a SourceWhale-related task - to make a call using Dialer. You can call everywhere from anywhere on the web by simply right-clicking on a valid phone number and selecting “SourceWhale Dialer” to make the call. This makes it just as easy to add notes on follow-up calls to your CRM as it is with your initial outreach.


Boost Productivity and Visibility

Dialer also offers crucial insights into your consultants' productivity and effectiveness. The visibility into each call’s outcome ensures that you can track performance and strategize more effectively. Furthermore, all calls are recorded and stored, providing valuable data for training and improving consultant performance.


Diverse use cases for all your needs

SourceWhale Dialer is designed to fit seamlessly into various aspects of your recruitment process:

  • Workflow Integration: Easily manage calls directly from your to-do list within SourceWhale.

  • Real-Time Engagement: Make calls instantly from the Live Feed as prospects interact with your outreach and content.

  • Web Integration: Call from any web page by right-clicking a phone number and selecting Dialer.

  • Comprehensive Tracking: Automatically log and analyze call data without manual input.

  • Quality and Coaching: Review and refine recruitment strategies based on recorded call data.

Let’s get started

To find out more about how SourceWhale Dialer can help you turn up the heat on your cold-calling, speak to one of our recruitment engagement experts today!

Andy Willetts
Post by Andy Willetts
May 9, 2024 7:00:00 AM