iKrut Reviews, Pricing, and FAQs

Learn about iKrut’s applicant tracking software for businesses. Includes info on iKrut, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 25th, 2019

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iKrut is an applicant tracking platform for businesses. iKrut’s solutions include interview scheduling, assessments, onboarding and candidate tracking. Businesses can use iKrut to streamline recruitment processes.

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iKrut Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing (paid upfront annually)

Monthly Pricing




Premium +



iKrut’s pricing above is based on 35 vacancies or less. You can email support@zodo.co.uk for a tailored quote on additional business requirements.

iKrut Review:

Pros: Easy to create vacancies and excellent platform to communicate with applicants.

Cons: Setting up advertising sources can become complicated.

Bottomline: Fantastic software that streamlines recruitment processes.

iKrut Key Information:


Nick Leigh-Morgan

Year Founded



St. Andrews, Scotland


Nick Leigh-Morgan


1 (229) 518-4187



iKrut FAQs:

Is there an iKrut free trial?

A demo is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the iKrut login?

You can go to www.ikrut.com and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.

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Customer Reviews of iKrut:



Dr Mary C-K - twitter.com

I don't love iKrut - what a terrible user experience as an applicant. Buggy & no confirmations, onscreen or email! @weloveiKrut

CrazyRichFeen- reddit.com

I've used iKrut in the past, I believe it's still free for basic functionality, and you can add modules and support as needed for a price.

Christy Grimste - quora.com

I've tried ikrut and in my personal opinion I don't recommend them. A free ATS is a great idea and the head of it is a very nice guy, but I didn't find it to be a practical way to run my business's recruiting (I run a recruiting business). Basically you can't adjust anything at all in the system - even a simple thing like your signature on the emails the system sends out would cost about $800 to change. I have to say they are a very honest company and told me up front that I can't adjust anything without paying for it. And they worked very quickly once I paid them. Also though, beyond the inability to customize anything I also found it lacking in other areas which I feel are essential to my company for recruiting - like the inability to copy someone on a message I send and the inability to export and import client/candidate records (without a fee).