Parsed Mobile App Development, an industry leader in app development for both iOS and Android, continues to blaze an innovative trail – the latest customer solution being that of React Native staff augmentation for companies looking for in-house talent. Parsed recently provided top-level staff augmentation services for a fast-growth Series A-funded company in San Francisco that had been encountering numerous issues finding skilled resources.
The company in question had long since tried staffing their positions themselves, to no avail. The difficulty came in identifying high-level talent for these positions that stuck, as they required highly competitive skill sets. In addition to this, the company needed specific niche backgrounds to fill their openings. In one case, this company did not have a single candidate pass through the interview process in months.
This is an all too common problem for tech companies as Casey Garland, Chief Executive Officer of Parsed explained:
“As software engineers, we are frustrated with how recruiters constantly bombard us with jobs that clearly don't fit our background or career path, so we wanted to define a recruiting process that was better for the candidates. We've been surprised to hear the same frustration from tech companies.”
Garland continued, “They spend too much time sifting through candidates submitted by recruiters that are never going to fit their needs, so most of their recruiting partners for software engineers are not adding value to their process.”
The company sought a solution to a problem that was costing them valuable time and resources. They found that solution in Parsed’s staff augmentation services, and their unmatched vetting process when it came to supplying technical candidates that fit. Parsed goes the extra mile in thoroughly evaluating any potential candidates for positions, which means less time and resources spent evaluating talent by the host company.
When potential staffing fits are discovered, Parsed employs a rigorous vetting process – designed by senior engineers to vet other senior engineers. The process is so thorough that only 10% of candidates that go through actually get submitted for interviews. In turn, customers are left with a sense of appreciation – no more wasted time sifting through resumes from traditional recruiters, and unqualified candidates.
“We've been told that we're a breath of fresh air because the candidates that we submit are well vetted and make sense. It's clear that our vetting process is working for both companies and software engineers, and our business is growing because of it,” said Garland.