HireVue Acquires Advanced Interview Coordination Software Reschedge
Leading talent interaction and digital recruiting provider HireVue recently announced that is has acquired Reschedge, the world’s most advanced interview coordination software. The cloud-based solution has a unique algorithm that automatically crawls through calendars to connect the right people at the most convenient time and place. Reschedge’s team will be joining the team at HireVue.
Features of Reschedge include:
- Pre-integrated with popular calendaring systems like Outlook/Exchange and Google
- Seamless function across platforms
- Rules-based algorithm assesses schedules, location availability, interview priority, and sequencing to automatically find available times and meeting locations
- Simplifies interview coordination process
“We’ve heard from our customers that complex calendaring systems, last minute schedule changes and disparate recruiting tools make interview coordination a nightmare,” Mark Newman, founder and CEO of HireVue, said. “Reschedge frees recruiters from administrative burden, allowing them to spend more time interacting with candidates, accelerating recruiting and delivering a better candidate experience.”
HireVue customers now have the opportunity to utilize Reschedge’s Talent Interaction Platform™ to automatically schedule live video and in-person interviews, onboarding meetings and other talent events.
“Interview scheduling is one of the most complex, mind-numbing, impossible processes to fully automate in recruiting. The variables have detoured solution providers from trying to solve this problem for 20 years, until now,” said Elaine Orler, chairman and co-founder of Talent Board and president and founder of Talent Function Group. “Reschedge has cracked the code on interview coordination. By managing dynamic calendar invitations, participant preferences, updates/notifications and calendar sync, without involving IT or reconfiguring your ATS, it solves for what might just be the only process in recruiting that had yet to be successfully automated.”