Accelerating its presence in the hiring and recruitment industry, blockchain-powered employment site, Job.com has recently taken over talent management tech startup, Talenting. Sources claim the acquisition will add Talenting’s proprietary end-to-end, full-scale blockchain technology to the Job.com ecosystem.
With this novel move, Job.com’s candidate base could access, control, distribute, and secure momentous amounts of career information with just a click, providing employers with a trustworthy and verifiable curation of solutions and services.
For the uninitiated, Job.com provides millions of candidates with improved ways to discover and execute their career plans, enables employers to make cost-friendly and smarter hiring decisions, and offers recruiters with the tech needed to ease the overall recruitment process.
Arran Stewart, Job.com’s Co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer, said that blockchain has always been a part of their firm’s vision, and taking over Talenting will help expand their abilities from end-to-end. Job.com is focused on becoming a leader in the human capital niche, and this acquisition expands their offerings to better serve their clients.
Since its inception in 2018, Talenting focused on creating a platform that endorses workers to gain more control over their employment related data. The company's patented technology bolsters Job.com's inclusive range of services, positioning it for significant growth
Commenting on its acquisition, Talenting co-founders said in a joint statement that the move marks as an extraordinary opportunity to collaborate with a group that comprises of thought leaders whose visions align well with their firm. We at Talenting are confident that with their contribution of patented intellectual property and technology, Job.com is well positioned to have a substantial impact on the human capital sector.
As per reports, the Talenting sale has been finalized and the new features and technology will be integrated into the Job.com ecosystem in the months to come.
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