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09 April, 2021

In a Resurgence TIE Conference on Digital Acceleration and the Role of Startups, Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s CEO, praised iMocha’s skilling API. He mentioned how our innovation helps reduce time-to-hire and makes the lives of recruiting professionals easier. Here's the clip of the same:

 

Nadella, in the same discussion, went on to talk about how adapting to 'digital' during these times is vital to business continuity and makes organizations resilient to tail events (such as the one we're living in). 

We've always kept 'innovation' as the core around which we revolve, and getting this appreciation from Microsoft's CEO was, and still is, a true testament of our efforts. 

We don’t just say the ‘i’ in iMocha stands for innovation; we actually mean it.  

And while we're truly overjoyed with this appreciation, we're taking this as a motivation to keep innovating and keep revolutionizing the world of tech recruitment.

We've a lot coming up, stay tuned. 

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Amit Mishra
Amit Mishra
CEO, Co-founder of iMocha, the world's largest skills assessment API platform.

Topics: Company News

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