Fujitsu, a renowned Japanese multinational information and communications technology equipment and services corporation, has selected iMocha, the world's largest Al-powered skills assessment platform, as its global skills assessment partner for faster hiring of job-fit candidates.
iMocha will assist Fujitsu in automating the assessment of candidates on technical and language-based competencies as part of this global alliance. iMocha's Al-powered skills assessment platform will be implemented in more than 7 countries throughout Asia and Europe in the first phase of the worldwide rollout.
"After years of fruitful regional cooperation with iMocha, extending this on a worldwide level looked like the natural next step for us," Fujitsu's Senior Vice President remarked of the partnership. We have extensively used iMocha's Al-powered skills assessment platform and have seen multiple remarkable improvements in our hiring procedures, including a significant reduction in time-to-hire, and we are confident that we will see comparable results globally as well."
Amit Mishra, CEO, and Co-Founder of iMocha, commented on the partnership: "We're honored to serve as Fujitsu's Global Skills Assessment Partner. Our objective has always been to make recruitment easier and more efficient, and Fujitsu's partnership with us is proof of that. We are confident that this collaboration will be fruitful for both of us."
Since 2019, Fujitsu has been a partner of iMocha. Using iMocha's multilingual tests, remote proctoring tools, skill-wise assessment reports, and other features, they were able to reduce their reliance on technical teams while also improving their time-to-hire and interview-to-selection ratio.
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iMocha is the world's largest AI-powered digital skills assessment platform that helps organizations build winning teams. iMocha empowers organizations to thoroughly assess employees and candidates for identifying and benchmarking their skills proficiency according to industry or company standards. The organization serves 300+ clients globally including Ericsson, Capgemini, Fujitsu, among many others. For more information, visit the website.