News: Talview announces the launch of Qton, a talent assistant chatbot

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Talview announces the launch of Qton, a talent assistant chatbot

Talview has developed a talent assistant chatbot in collaboration with Microsoft called Qton. Read on to know more.
Talview announces the launch of Qton, a talent assistant chatbot

Talview in collaboration with Microsoft has built a Talent Assistant Chatbot, Qton. In the press release received by People Matters, the collaboration is aimed at pushing the frontiers of Artificial Intelligence. The chatbot is built upon Microsoft’s Bot Framework and Luis NLP. The chatbot would be applied as part of the recruitment process. 

According to Sanjoe Jose, the CEO of Talview said, “We are delighted to partner with Microsoft that aims to enable better merging of digital expertise and human interaction, thereby enhances the recruitment experience for candidates and clients alike.”

The benefit provided by the Chatbot, as Talview stated, is the major reduction in man-hours spent by the recruiters early in the recruitment funnel. Additionally, the bot created marketing and employer branding messages for the employees. It picks the best candidates and fast tracks them to the next stage which further would enable the employee to feel connected to the employer’s brand. Tha platform further utilizes video analysis, social media analysis and speech recognition for the purposes of recruitment and team building.

Rajiv Sodhi, General Manager, Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft India, said, “ Leveraging the power of Azure and the Microsoft bot platform, Qton from Talview will help organizations source, engage, screen and select quality talent more quickly. We are happy to partner with Talview and provide solutions to drive productivity and efficiency in the HR world.”

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Topics: C-Suite, Technology, Recruitment

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