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Textkernel empowers mobile recruiting 23 October 2014 • Categories: Candidate experience, CV parsing, Match!, Mobile, Search!, Technology
With more and more job seekers using mobile in their job search, the recruitment process will have to adapt. To accommodate to this need, Textkernel, specialist in semantic recruitment technology, introduces mobile versions of its semantic search and matching software and presents the “Apply with”-widget.
Search and match on mobile
Textkernel realised a mobile version of Search! and Match!, its semantic search and matching software. The user-interface of both software products can now adapt to any screen size, mobile or tablet, enabling a better user experience.
This allows Textkernel’s powerful technology to be easily integrated into mobile apps, enabling user-friendly searching and matching of jobs and people on any device.
Mobile recruiting with the “Apply with”-widget
The “Apply with” widget is a widget that can be integrated into (mobile) career sites. It offers applicants the possibility to apply for a job with a profile of choice, while employers still retain all information in the structure of their database.
By allowing candidates to apply for a job from any device with their CV (via Dropbox, Google Drive) or professional network profile, companies will increase their conversion rate , automatically create a searchable talent pool and improve the candidate experience.
Making the recruitment process future-ready
With Textkernel’s mobile technology in job or career sites, candidates can easily search for jobs on any device. Add the “Apply with” widget and matching technology to that and employers can facilitate an easy application process or even automatically suggest relevant jobs that matches the candidate’s profile.
By integrating this technology on top of the existing recruitment process, companies can quickly go mobile, making their process ready for the future.
Textkernel specialises in semantic recruitment technology providing multi-lingual cv parsing, job parsing and semantic searching, sourcing and matching software, to help accelerate the process of matching demand and supply in the job market.
The company was founded in 2001 as a private commercial R&D spin-off of research in natural language processing and machine learning at the universities of Tilburg, Antwerp and Amsterdam. Textkernel now operates internationally as one of the market leaders in its segment.