New Yorker has more than 1000 stores in 40 countries, making it one of Europe's largest fashion businesses. Since opening its first branch in the northern German town of Flensburg in 1971, New Yorker has never looked back. By targeted investment in the future, it has not only created new jobs but has also developed into an international clothing company.
A staff of 16.000 – full-time and part-time – serves over 4 million paying customers each month. In contrast to the general trend, New Yorker has seen strong growth and continuously increased its profits in the last few years. This success can be attributed to effective market positioning and strong expansion in Europe. Its flat hierarchies enable New Yorker to be efficient and profitable in all sectors and realise the network principle in the company, providing the foundation for its stable and forward-looking development.
For Austria, headquartered in Vienna, the company was looking for a software solution to better manage the large number of applications and to optimize communication with the internal decision makers and the candidates themselves.
The web-based Applicant Management Software rexx Enterprise Recruitment was able to convince with its tried and tested functions and the easy handling. Built-in features such as the form-writing system for mass mailings and scheduled cancellations as well as the easy way to create and edit job listings via the WYSIWYG editor, were just some of the points, the software solution from rexx systems was best suited to meet the requirements.
“Also considered subsequently the decision was absolutely right. Working with rexx systems made our processes in application management much easier.”
Sandra Litschauer, New Yorker Austria KG
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