I liked how once your registered to the website you can see positions that were open that matched my criteria, which offices and cities they were in, so that was pretty easy. It showed my resume was at some firm, like a sub status. Like if it was pending, if I had an interview if they rejected me or haven't yet, so that was very convenient. Carleen was very good about sending email communications and she was very responsive. It seems with other recruiters, it took several recruiters to cover such a big area, but with BCG, it was very easy and very centralized and they allowed me to search all of the locations, 3 states, with one centralized database. So it doesn't get more efficient than that. I didn't have to worry about reaching out to a recruiter in every single different city I may be interested in. I basically just submitted my criteria to the database and it automatically went to Carleen and she updated me right away on positions and it was very efficient that way. Honestly, in my experience, the service that was provided was basically in its own category. It's the most comprehensive enterprise solution and no other service I have worked with even came close. I was confused how to go about my job search and how to get the ball rolling, but once I made the decision to look for a job, I didn't just want to sit on my hands and wait for recruiters to reach out to me, I decided I wanted to get the ball rolling, so I went online and Googled Legal Recruiters and BCG was the top result. I registered and within a day or so, I was speaking with Harrison Barnes on the phone and we got the process started. I have never had the kind of access to information that I did with the whole database with BCG.