Textkernel brings semantic search & match technology to augment your current SAP SuccessFactors environment
SAP SuccessFactors customers can now use Textkernel’s powerful machine intelligence engine to match people and jobs. Our semantic technologies accelerate several HR workflow processes to improve your candidate experience and let your HR team to deliver better results in less time.
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As the war for talent intensifies, delivering an exemplary candidate experience is becoming a business imperative.
This white paper looks at the reasons for improving the candidate experience, based on the results of Textkernel’s survey among companies in five European countries and explores solutions for optimising the candidate experience.
With brands such as Start People and Unique, USG People is one of the largest providers of HR services in Europe, with an annual revenue of €2.6 billion. More than 100,000 people are employed via USG People every day, working for 15,000 clients.
How one unified database led to more revenue
Although USG People received more than 50,000 applications each month, only 10% could be placed on a job since their consultants could not leverage their internal talent pools. Textkernel’s technology, explicitly Search!, led to a unified and semantically searchable database. As a result USG people can now place candidates faster and more efficient.
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With 60 branch offices, 400 in-house employees and 200,000 active candidates in its database, Manpower is one of the top players in the staffing industry. As a market leader, its main responsibility is to match candidate and employer profiles.
Increasing the quality of service by optimizing processes
With 400 in-house employees, Manpower needs support from intelligent tools able to accelerate placements. Textkernel’s matching technology, which supports recruiters by delivering relevant and transparent results, was chosen from a range of suppliers to be integrated into Manpower’s existing process.
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CCL is a pure-play oil & gas recruitment business that has been around for 35 years. CCL integrated Textkernel’s CV parsing, semantic search and matching technology with Bullhorn to save time on sourcing and cut costs by easily training new recruiters on the job.
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Colas, a subsidiary of the Bouygues Group, is a world leader whose mission is to promote transport infrastructure solutions for responsible mobility. Recruiting for 3000 jobs and 1800 internships in France alone, Colas wanted to optimize candidate experience and improve application rates.
Thanks to close collaboration with Oracle, Textkernel was able to increase Colas’ application rates by up to 440%, all while maintaining Oracle’s powerful tracking functionality.
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Better candidate experience, higher conversion rate and positive recruiter experience
The Otto Group is a globally active group of retailers and retail-related service providers with around 51,800 employees and sales of 13.7 billion euros. Through 123 major companies, it has a presence in more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America as well as Asia. With online sales of 7.9 billion euros, the Otto Group is one of the world’s largest online retailers.
Otto Group went on the hunt for a solution that could help them service their candidates as well as they service their customers, and make the full end-to-end recruitment process smarter.
“We’re all very excited about Textkernel’s modern technology and see great potential for it in our recruiting process. And we’re not the only one. We’ve shown this to our subsidiaries and they are really interested. This is really going to help us move forward.” – Sven Herrmann, Product Manager Otto Group
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Textkernel’s recent year analysis of the UK Job market revealed 9,265,785 unique jobs posted on non-government sites, but with fewer vacancies than 2017 we could finally start to see the impact of Brexit on the labour market.
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