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Phenom People announced an integration with recruiting productivity tool ZAPinfo. The company said the integration will reduce sourcing time by automating traditionally manual processes of searching, extracting and deepening candidate profiles from sourcing platforms.
Recruiting platform AllyO announced a $45 million Series B round, which it called the largest round ever raised in the AI-recruiting category. The round brings the company’s total funding to some $64 million. AllyO will use the funding to pursue additional product development, expand its marketing efforts and contine adding to staff.In this week's #HRTech update: @Phenom_People, @ZAPInfo integration; @ApplywithAllyO raises $45M. #HR #HRTribe Click To Tweet
The global digital talent acquisition market will expand at a CAGR of 8.6 percent between 2019 and 2027, according to a report from Transparency Market Research. A new generation of advanced technology and data accessibility is driving demand for digital talent and services within enterprises, thereby pushing up demand, the researcher said.
LMS provider Docebo launched an on-demand app builder to allow customers to create their own tailored learning apps. The feature provides the app’s structure, implementation services and personalization features needed to form a social learning experience while maximizing a company’s ability to facilitate cross-channel learning.
A new feature of ZipRecruiter allows candidates to opt into the recruitment process across a range of industries and experience levels. The technology presents strong potential candidates to hiring managers who’ve posted a job, who can then signal their interest back to the candidate. The product was soft-launched in April.
Indeed will acquire Syft, a UK recruiting platform for the hospitality, event and light industrial sectors. Founded in 2015, Syft provides a recruitment solution and shift management tool for part-time and flexible work, and connects vetted jobseekers with available shifts through a desktop and mobile app.
Crosschq unveiled a platform that transforms human insights from a candidate’s references into predictive data to ensure they’re well-matched with an employer. The company said its technology expands and automates reference checks, allowing for faster turnaround, better insights and more consistency. Crosschq has been developing its core technology in stealth mode for more than a year.
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