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Joining us at HR Tech World 2017 Amsterdam on the #HRTWStartup Competition stage is Robot Vera, a helping hand for recruiters processing routine tasks. Vera assists recruitment teams by searching CVs on job boards, calling candidates and creating custom email replies. According to Robot Vera, gone are the days of going through an array of candidates, instead, Robot Vera only puts forward qualified candidates for face-to-face interviews, claiming clients have calculated that Vera does all basic HR tasks up to ten times faster than humans and saves up to 50% money on each newly hired employee.
After achieving great results in Russia, Alexey of Robot Vera tells me the team wants to broaden their horizon to the global recruitment market. Although they aspire to win the HR Tech World Startup Competition in Amsterdam, the team behind Robot Vera sees HR Tech World as the best global launchpad for them and is looking to meet new international partners, experts and customers.
Alexey knows the HR Tech space is evolving and this includes the emergence of other products solving the same recruitment issues (including another in the competition!). But Robot Vera sees itself in a strong position; already working with more than 220 companies, Robot Vera has finessed its business processes. Both Vera and the team behind her know how to work for best results and pass those benefits to clients with only qualified candidates who are interested in their vacancy. It may only work with five job websites for now, but Alexey tells me that’s a matter of time as they’re in active negotiations with some potential new partners. And who knows who they’ll meet at HR Tech World?!
Company size: N/A
Based: Moscow/St Petersburg, Russia
Key customers: Kelly Services, PepsiCo, Inditex, Adidas, Burger King
Target industries: Retail, banks and other many industries
What function within HR is your product designed for: resume search, primary phone interview, video interview
Alexey Kostarev, CBD of Robot Vera, has been in the technology business for about 15 years. Together with a partner in 2009, Alexey released Happy Farmer — one of the most commercially successful games in the world that earned about $20 million in one year.
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