SandS Technologies, a provider of smart recruiting software, announced the BETA release of their new automated pre-screening recruiting tool, M-Recruit. M-Recruit is a software solution designed to create online assessments at the pre-screening phase of the talent acquisition life-cycle, in order to save time and effort.
Human resource (HR) departments wishing to utilize M-Recruit in BETA stage can contact Sands Technologies to receive personalized assistance in order to create custom knowledge and skills tests to pre-qualify candidates. Companies can post their tests anywhere, from job boards to emails and receive daily statistical reports that use artificial intelligence to score, screen and rank the candidate pool for the recruiter. The customizable technology allows an HR team, teacher, physician, marketing firm or business to create custom information requests that are specific to the company or industry and get specific information that was difficult and expensive to acquire on an automated daily basis until now. The information is sifted and valued statistically according to the greatest needs of the user who implements it.
The BETA system features a variety of options to request information ranging from: open, multiple choice, numeric answers, or programming questions including SQL, Java and C#. M-Recruit is currently the only software that allows companies to test applicant SQL knowledge by writing and executing full SQL queries, designed for finding highly skilled programmers and developers. M-Recruit is patent pending.
With the M-Recruit interface, users can complete the questions in the convenience of their own home. The responses are checked automatically within the software, increasing accuracy and minimizing information related time and cost factors. The statistics and results of the data are housed within the software. The software features a global interface, giving managers the freedom to check the system on their own time and through a variety of devices.
The recruiting software is able to locate the best candidates for any open position before the interview process even begins; eliminating thousands of dollars and time spent reviewing resumes within the HR department, according to co-founder Alex Povereny.
“We wanted to create something that would revolutionize the way candidates are recruited and do away with the mailbox overflowing with resumes,” said Povereny. “We wanted to do away with a system that hasn’t worked for decades. It takes the guesswork out of hiring.”