December 7, 2019

AllyO Rediscovers 1000s of New Candidates for Randstad Using Talent Pool Engagement

AllyO Rediscovers 1000s of New Candidates for Randstad Using Talent Pool Engagement

Advanced Feature Leverages Interactive, Multi-Channel Technology to Re-Engage and Nurture Enterprise Talent Networks

AllyO, the technology company renowned for its end-to-end AI recruiting solution, announced the worldwide availability of its Talent Pool Engagement module that improves recruiting efficiency and enhances the candidate experience.

Rita Sposato, chief operating officer for Randstad Canada, shared, “AllyO’s ability to contact our talent database at scale to deliver an engaging experience far exceeded our expectations compared to our traditional approach of using marketing automation tools. Its intelligent, multilingual and automated conversational capabilities enabled us to rapidly execute the project in less than four weeks and helped uncover thousands of new candidates who are ready to explore new job opportunities.”

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Fortune 500 organizations receive an average of 34 candidates for every job they post, converting only 3 percent of applications to hire. This means these enterprises could be sitting on sometimes millions of uncapitalized talent pools or networks. AllyO developed Talent Pool Engagement as a way to streamline and automate this engagement, recognizing that in today’s hyper-competitive hiring landscape, organizations need new applicant sources, up-to-date data and a more natural way to connect.

The module works to determine job seeker interest through multi-channel proactive communications, leveraging both AI and human interactions and notifying recruiters as the conversations progress. This generates new or missing candidate profile information to ensure the database remains current. AllyO also maintains active engagement, nurturing talent communities through drip campaigns that create ongoing interest. This a critical differentiator in terms of candidate experience, coming at a time when only 51 percent of companies have a planned sequence of communications throughout the applicant lifecycle, according to a report from Aptitude Research.

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Attendees of StaffingTech 2019 will have the opportunity to hear from David Bernstein, head of partnerships for AllyO, during a panel on “AI, Chatbot and Conversational Systems,” scheduled for April. AllyO will also exhibit Talent Pool Engagement and its other solutions in Booth No. 519 at ERE Recruiting Conference taking place April 22-24 in San Diego, Calif.

“With AllyO playing an integral part of organizations, we designed Talent Pool Engagement with RPO and staffing agencies in mind, an expeditious way of delivering on the promise of the CRM,” said Ankit Somani, co-founder of AllyO. “The amazing surprise was the utilization of the same automated technology to keep dropped-off, disqualified, or rejected candidates at enterprises warm and ready when another opportunity surfaces, because today nobody prioritizes them.”

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