Imagine that you’ve got a hot online profile — so hot, in fact, that hundreds, maybe thousands, are vying for your attention.
For lovelorn online daters, that may sound like a dream come true, but for employers using Internet job boards to fill spots during an economic downturn, the idea is decidedly less romantic: As exciting as it may be to have a huge applicant pool at your fingertips, taking the time to sort the studs from the duds can be daunting.
Enter job matchmaking site Bintro.com. Much like the dating site eHarmony.com, they match their clients — in this case, job candidates and employers instead of singles looking for love — based on information gleaned from online profiles and questionnaires. The result? Only qualified candidates make the cut.
Listen as we speak with Marcus Trevisani Chief Technology Officer of Bintro.com
Bintro is a free matchmaking service for everything. All you need to do is describe what you’re looking for and Bintro will take care of the rest. It works around the clock and immediately updates you when it finds something that fits your exact needs.
Bintro uses semantic technology that recognizes, extracts and categorizes your words to figure out what you mean. You won’t confuse it with lots of details or jargon because it understands natural language and industry-specific terminology.
Marcus was the former VP Engineering , eHarmony.com. Former VP Engineering, Weider Publications Internet Networks. Specialist in enterprise architecture and semantic web technologies.
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