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 November 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.

Our Pick

Breezy HR

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Free "Bootstrap" plan for 1 position

Unlimited users and candidates

Access to 50+ job boards


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.


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

Cons: No background screening.

Bottomline: Fantastic software that streamlines recruitment processes.

Key Information:


Nick Leigh-Morgan




Channel Island, United Kingdom

Number of Employees



Nick Leigh-Morgan


La Charmille, Clos Des Fontaines,, La Villette,, St Martins, Guernsey GY4 6RF, United Kingdom


+44 208 123 6933




Is there an iKrut free trial?

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

Where is iKrut located?

iKrut headquarters is based in St. Andrews, Scotland.

When was iKrut founded?

iKrut was founded in 2005.

Customer Reviews:

Dr Mary C-K

Reviewed: Sep 16, 2013

Source: Twitter

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


Reviewed: Jan 03, 2019

Source: Reddit

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

Reviewed: Apr 29, 2014

Source: Quora

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).