In hopes to breaking into the HR market estimated to be worth $30 billion, Hyreo has debuted their machine learning tech to make sure enterprises obtain the best talent.
The job process is one fraught with many complexities and uncertainties. Most often, processes are not streamlined and there are a number of ways in which applications reach human resources. From forwarded emails from internal staff to direct application - the inboxes of HR personnel are always overflowing.
On the other side, often, an applicant has no way of knowing the status of their application. Usually, a no reply or “silence” from the company would mean you have missed your chance. In other cases, your email has not been seen.
The entire process might seem unfair and the question is how can it be simplifed so that all parties are satisfied.
The answer comes from a Thiruvananthapuram-based startup in the form of an app based on Machine Learning. Hyreo has developed a chatbot that tracks the status of an application, following which the Human Resources department can clearly communicate with candidates.
Hyreo was founded by collegemates Arun Satyan and Mahesh Raju. They met at Cochin University of Science & Technology while pursuing their engineering degree in 2000. After spending over a decade in IT and technology industries, they joined hands to develop a solution to address the lack of automation in talent discovery and engagement. Arun was working as a programme manager at an IT company and faced the challenge of not being able to effectively ‘discover’ great talent from a pile of CVs.
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