Catch up on the latest news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:

—Delafield-based Montage Talent announced a partnership with Randstad Holding NV, a large human resources company based in the Netherlands that employs thousands of recruiters. Many Randstad employees already use Montage’s software for conducting video and phone interviews with job candidates, the company said. Montage said its collaboration with Randstad is part of the company’s initiative to improve recruiter performance through technology, and improve the job-seeking experience for candidates. Montage did not disclose financial terms of the partnership in a press release announcing the deal.

—Hungry people with smartphones will now be able to order food via Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) mobile app, and Madison-based EatStreet is one of the companies that has partnered with Facebook to roll out the new feature, TechCruch reported. EatStreet has brought its food ordering technology to hundreds of cities across the U.S. since launching in 2010, and now has more than 1,000 employees. PitchBook recently named EatStreet the most valuable venture-backed company in Wisconsin.

—Jamf, a software company that is based in Minneapolis but was born in Eau Claire and still employs hundreds at its office there, agreed to sell a majority of its shares to Austin, TX-based Vista Equity Partners. Jamf develops enterprise software for managing Apple devices, which is used by groups in industries such as education and healthcare. Reached by phone, Jamf CEO Dean Hager declined to comment on specific financial terms of his company’s deal with Vista Equity Partners. Read the full story here.