The Growth Analytics Platform for Staffing and Recruitment Firms

The World's Leading Growth Analytics Platform for Staffing and Recruitment Firms.

We believe that a data-driven culture provides the foundation for world class decision making at all levels of business.
cube19 delivers the single source of truth required to ensure that everyone is focussed on meeting your growth objectives.

  • eHire

All-in-one suite of cube19 modules

  • OneView

    Real-time dashboards that turn your valuable data into Actionable Insights

  • Jobs Pipeline

    Manage and understand what’s going on with all your processes, in one place

  • Slice & Dice

    Intuitive ad-hoc reporting to answer any question about your recruitment activity

  • OnPoint

    Easy to use comparative reporting built for your recruitment business

  • Trends

    Uncover strategic insights and tell compelling stories with your data

  • cubeTV

    Engage, motivate and inspire healthy competition across your offices & teams.

Customer Success that
understands your business

Whatever your Growth objectives are, we have the team, knowledge and resources to help you achieve them. We’ll guide you through the on-boarding process, and handle the technical side so you can focus on running your business. Once you’re live and trained we’ll provide you with an ongoing plan to ensure you get the most out of cube19 now and in the future.

“There are alternatives out there and the option to invest in your own solution, but you simply can’t get the level of competence for recruitment analytics elsewhere. cube19 is the most effective partner we have. When we have a business challenge to reporting, there’s a rapid response that almost always offers a successful solution.”

Home Paul Kirby, CEO - Darwin Recruitment

Recruiting Resources

Discover what will launch your agency to the top 1% of performers from those that have proven the path themselves!

Job opportunities for the professional sector were up month on month in June, with permanent and contract vacancies increasing 38% and 31% respectively, marking the first positive signs for professional recruitment since the crisis began.