DeliverThat began in 2013 among two friends at Ohio University, Aaron Hoffman & John Zinno. From everyday items for students in dormitories to interstate machinery transfer, DeliverThat extends their services in 18 different cities all around the United States.
As DeliverThat grew, Aaron needed to hire many more drivers at a faster rate. He had manually posted on various job portals but this has been a slow and painful process. Worst still, DeliverThat could not get enough qualified applicants - less than 15% were qualified. Upon hire, it was difficult for DeliverThat to track the training of their drivers, they were unsure if they had the right skills and attitude.
DeliverThat needed an end to end Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) to automate hiring and ensure proper onboarding training was done.
Using Workstream, DeliverThat received more than 1,400 applicants within the first month and was able to cut half the time spent communicating and screening for drivers across 18 different locations. By the sixth month, they have received over 8000 applications while saving 200% of the time they have spent on hiring.
Workstream digitalized and revolutionized the way DeliverThat hire, on-board and train their drivers.
DeliverThat leverages Workstream's customized application forms and smart screening feature to automatically reject unqualified applicants.
In this digital age, DeliverThat modernized their onboarding training with online videos. New drivers can easily access the videos upon hire and get tested with customizable quizzes to ensure that they know 100% of the process before being allowed to officially start driving.
As Workstream supports easy file upload, DeliverThat uses this feature to get successful applicants to upload key documents such as their driver's license for verification.