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QJumpers: Bringing Intelligence to the Recruitment Process
The secret for any company to remain a step ahead of its competitors is to hire the best and most efficient employees. However, hiring the ideal people is easier said than done. “Around the world, companies are spending a lot of time and money searching for the ideal candidates and in retaining their best employees. The process is now quite complex and results are difficult to achieve; requiring a different strategy,” states Simon Oldham, President, QJumpers. Hence, it is quintessential to deliver a unique solution for customers and QJumpers has addressed this very problem. Based in New Zealand with a presence in Australia and recently expanded into the U.S., the firm offers an AI-based decentralized, end-to-end recruitment technology platform for companies to quickly and easily find their best candidates.
With numerous job sites available, it is challenging for companies to advertise their jobs and find the candidates that suit the precise requirements. QJumpers’ novel platform, accessible both through table-top or mobile devices, solves this by providing clients with their own “free talent pool” and automated tools. Candidates upload their resume through any device and within seconds their profile is automatically completed with the company's artificial intelligence technology. With the aid of AI, QJumpers can also read the requirements of a job vacancy. Currently, the firm is combining these two pieces to analyze the job requirements to automatcially match the best candidates for the job.
The powerful platform streamlines and speeds up the process of finding the ideal employees for any business through, essentially, a single click
“We constantly drive ourselves to provide the best software available in the market that would allow employers to not only find the candidates suitable to their job criteria but also help retain them,” mentions Oldham. With all the data available within the recruitment system, the integrated business intelligence and reporting tool empowers a client to analyze what works and continuously improve their recruitment and retention strategies. Also, through an intuitive, ‘super-fast’ Single Page Application UI and ‘API first’ methodology, the platform seamlessly integrates with a business’ in-house HR, payroll, employee engagement systems, and other applications, thereby enabling an all-in-all solution when it comes to human resource management.
The uniqueness of QJumpers as a company lies in its customer-agnostic, end-user-focused approach while designing and delivering solutions. Oldham mentions that his firm prefers to meet clients and research thoroughly their challenges, requirements, and expectations before implementing the platform. After a successful implementation, the firm ensures that its customers receive support anywhere, anytime, and in every possible way. Such an approach ensures constant market feedback to help with functionality enhancements and has helped the company gain full recognition in the market. This is reflected from its partnership with Toyota who wanted to increase transparency and candidate experience in their recruitment processes across their dealerships nationally. Once the dealers and their recruitment teams were on-boarded onto the QJumpers’ ATS platform, Toyota could have a global view on the talent shortages across the country, number of jobs advertised, candidates hired, time to hire and the eventual recruitment costs. The firm’s mission, as an HR technology company, is to enable its customers to get the “best people – fast” through the “ideal recruitment experience.” In line with this vision, QJumpers is focusing on strengthening its platform’s capabilities by searching for talent through all available global databases and matching this global talent to its clients’ job vacancies through artificial intelligence and machine learning. Equipped with such an innovative solution, QJumpers is well placed to capture more of the American market in future.