• Transaction date:

    April 2018

  • Client:

    Committed Capital, Value Creation Capital and founding shareholders

Carerix, a Netherlands-based recruitment and staffing software company for corporate recruiters and intermediaries, was sold to France-based based PIXID Group.

Carerix supplies state-of-the-art recruitment and staffing software that helps corporate recruiters and intermediaries to find the best match. The solutions are hosted in a SaaS model and supplied via secure data centres. Carerix was founded in 2004 and currently has more than 70 employees and over 720 clients, including (divisions of) Randstad, USG, Adecco, DPA, Manpower and other specialised intermediaries. Carerix serves over 10,000 users every day, in 17 different countries, and collaborates with various strategic partners in a strong ecosystem.

Created in 2004, PIXID Group is the leading VMS in France offering a complete SAAS application, compliant with the many aspects of French regulation, for providing and hiring temporary staff. PIXID’s platform enables clients of all sizes to efficiently manage their temporary workers via a simple, scalable and cost-effective platform. The PIXID Group offering manages recruiters, suppliers and employment contracts while helping to ensure that clients are compliant with the latest employment regulations. More than 100,000 client locations are connected daily through PIXID to lower their costs and work more efficiently with their suppliers online, with customers ranging from large corporates to SMEs.

By combining ATS and CRM functions of Carerix and the VMS solutions of PIXID Group, the strategy of the PIXID Group is to bring together the entire process between candidates / freelancers, intermediaries and corporate organizations. The current European market focus and market approach are maintained for Carerix, as well as the expansion of the partner network. In the mid-term, the collaboration between Carerix and PIXID Group will lead to product synergies that will add value to both customer groups.