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Startup Name Jobillico
What problem are you solving? Because most of the human resources people are not very technical savy and within the company the human resources request are at the buttom of the line, nevertheless the processes in the area are critical to grow (such as hiring) that is why it is very important to create easy to use tools that give immediate results to the operation, processes such as posting several vacancies in several places, having a tool to search for specific skills, an easy way to integrate the new openings on your website, an easy way to activate, add, pause, erase and change the vacancies are crucial for the human resources areas of the companies and paying the right price help them to keep low the already high cost of hiring new people.
What is your solution? We are the tool that allows all the human resources departments the small and medium companies to automate their processes without the need of an IT department, we make the recruitment process easy automating all the repetitive tasks (such as opening several accounts online, gathering the resumes, having access to an online bank of candidates and automatically matching the best candidates with the best offers with Artificial Intelligence algorithms)
Target Market Businesses
How will you make money? Depending on the number of users.
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Founders Names Miguel Pancardo
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