OneUp vs Bullhorn Analytics

Which is the Best Fit For Your Recruitment Agency?

Thinking about moving from Bullhorn Analytics to OneUp? Or trying to decide which platform is right for your recruitment agency?

If you're wondering what the differences are between Bullhorn and OneUp, we've put together this no-nonsense overview

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Why should you choose OneUp over Bullhorn?


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Customisable dashboards
Check Yes, including layout changes
Check Yes, but fixed layout
Flexible report builder
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Client, candidate, & job reporting
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Check Yes
Customisable Forecasting
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Gamification & TVs
Real-time TV leaderboards
Check Yes, with 15 display types
Check Yes, with 5 display types
TV celebrations
Check Yes, for any metric
Check Yes, for deals only
Real-time competitions
Check Yes, 6 competition types
nocheck No, TV leaderboards only
Daily consultant performance emails
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Automated report distribution
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Data & Integrations
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Multiple CRM integrations (in one instance)
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VoIP integrations
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Timesheets integrations
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Why why OneUp?

Reason #1

A simple user experience

A platform is only valuable if your team actually use it and that means it's got to be intuitive and easy to use. Here's how the two compare.


With OneUp, you can:

  • Build custom dashboards in minutes
  • Track targets in real time
  • Analyse performance at a glance with simple data visualisations
  • Use drag and drop tables for easy pipeline analysis
  • Save time with automated reporting
  • Set up dashboard templates for rapid onboarding
  • This easy-to-use software requires minimal training, with fast time to value.

To find out more about OneUp’s look and feel, book your demo

  • Bullhorn Analytics features a complex interface designed to deal with advanced data needs.
  • This platform can be time-consuming and complicated to use, and requires a high level of training to master.


Reason #2

Customisation and metrics

Making a platform work around you and not having to work around a platform is essential where analytics is concerned. Here's how the two platforms stack up.

With OneUp, you can:

  • Build custom dashboards with widgets to ensure you only display the data that is relevant to you, your team, or leadership
  • Pull in metrics from across your tech stack and create bespoke metrics from this data, tailored exactly to how you operate as an agency
  • Deep dive into any metric, including bespoke metrics, to understand the actions behind the data trends
  • OneUp’s custom dashboards pull in data from your CRM, VoiP, Sales Engagement, and Timesheets software in real-time, allowing you to analyse your data all in one place.

Learn more about OneUp’s customisable dashboards

  • Bullhorn is less customisable, which means you may need to waste time exporting spreadsheets before manually reworking them.
Reason #3

Data and integrations

Having a single source of truth for performance analytics that can grow with your business is critical to scaling your agency. Let's see what both platforms offer here.


OneUp's integrations include:

  • Multiple Recruitment CRMs
  • VoIP Tools
  • Timesheet Tools
  • Major Sales CRMs
  • Sales Enablement Tools
  • Social Media Tools
  • New integrations are frequently added

See all our integrations

  • While Bullhorn offers numerous integrations, it only pulls Bullhorn CRM data into Bullhorn Analytics. This means you're restricted in terms of what you can analyse.
Reason #4

Pricing and contracts

Shorter, more flexible contracts and transparent, affordable prices mean switching to OneUp is never a risk.

This is particularly important in the current recruitment market, where costs and revenue are being squeezed.

  • OneUp’s Performance Analytics starts at a flat fee of £425 per month, which includes five users. It then costs £35 per month for each additional user — scaling up as agencies grow.

Learn more about OneUp’s pricing structure

  • High prices and long-term contracts.
Reason #5

Service and support

When you need help, you want a solution as fast as possible, so you can focus on your business instead of chasing customer service. Let's see how the two vendors stack up.

OneUp service and support
  • Access to live support with rapid response times (we pride ourselves on delivering outstanding customer service).

  • A public help desk that is regularly updated with new features and the latest tips on how to get the most out of OneUp.

But don’t take our word for it — here’s what our customers have to say:


“The customer service we receive from the team is excellent, they are a lovely, friendly bunch and really helpful.”


“Oneup’s customer service is second to none and [they] always respond within a day.”


“Customer support are always prompt and helpful.”


“Customer support are attentive in the rare instances needed.”

What OneUp customers think



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