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About Softnet

History

Founded in 1999 by Bill McCabe, SoftNet Search Partners, LLC focuses on the ever-changing world of IT recruiting. Rather than simply collecting resumes or throwing unqualified candidates at roles, SoftNet aims to provide the best possible candidate above all else. As a result, SoftNet consistently delivers optimal candidates, vetted and sorted into their exact fit, without the frustration and delay found with other recruiters. The hands-on, care-driven approach guarantees that you will get the candidate you want, not another random applicant.

What People Say

“I have utilized Bill for several employee searches and in all but one case the candidates that he presented were the ones that clearly were the best fit for our open positions. In fact all candidates that he has placed here are still employees. He asks questions about the position, the work culture and the expectations we have of the ideal candidate and then screens the candidates thoroughly for the qualities that fit. I never feel that he is just trying to present a ‘body’ to us in the hopes that we have no better qualified candidates. He is also creative in his approach to identifying candidates so we don’t see the same candidates that we may see from other recruiters or web applications.”​

“Bill works to understand your business and its needs. From that base of information he draws on a strong staffing network to recruit the best talent available at the cost and salary you and your business can afford. He screens each candidate and brings forward only the best recruits. As a result, in staffing over 10 positions we rarely had an interview with a candidate that did not meet the requirements of the position being filled.”

“Bill has helped me with several searches at the Senior Manager and Director level in the enterprise software space with great results. Candidates I’ve hired through Bill have consistently excelled in their positions. Bill is timely and thorough in his work and I would definitely use him in the future should I have the need.”