Talview, a mobile-video interview platform that assists organizations in screening and selection of talent using technologies like mobile, video and analytics, has had an eventful year in 2014- 2015 dotted with significant deals and acquisitions that it sealed successfully. The company developed phenomenally in the year 2014, achieving a growth of a whopping 500%. It acquired over 50 enterprises last year and entered into associations with leading Non-profit organization UNICEF is using Talview in multiple locations globally and while HCL and Tata Consulting Engineer will now use Talview across their entire operation. Apart from these, big-league companies like Avery Dennison, GlaxoSmithKline, Marico, NTT Communications, Cipla and VF Corporation that is the owner of brands like Wrangler and Lee, have started using Talview for unmatched assessment, analytics, engagement and integration. Existing clients like Cognizant, ABB and Wockhardt have also increase their usage of Talview multiple times. Candidates applying to all these organizations will now be able to attend their interviews and assessments from their mobiles and laptops.
A recent report by Gartner states that Video Interviewing will go mainstream in 2015 and 2016 as majority of Fortune 2000 companies have started allocating budgets for the same. Scores of companies are now opting for the core offerings of Talview like Automated Video Interviews and Live Interviews. Besides this, some companies have also shown an inclination towards the Video Proctored Written Assessments provided by the company.
Sanjoe Jose, CEO of Talview said, “We have signed scores of deals with leading companies since the last one year, which is a testament to the fact that we are progressing tremendously in the Indian market.This shift is inline with shift happening in general Internet usage with more and more people accessing Internet via smartphones and bulk of the traffic is video. It is our constant endeavour to adopt latest technology in our products, in order to make them more user-friendly and convenient, which will help companies indulge in intelligent hiring.”
Talview is also expanding its team rapidly to match the growing demand for advanced hiring technology in the market. The company is majorly widening its sales, operations and product development divisions. Talview plans to hire over 50 people in its sales section, by the end of this year, primarily in India. Talview is also working on an exciting line of products and features which will leverage advanced Natural Language Processing, strong Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Search methodologies to find the best fit talent in the shortest possible time.