What You Need to Know
Enterprises have choices when it comes to vendors that offer a single-platform solution and promise the ability to hire better candidates faster. By now, most have realized the value of investing in integrated platforms, software and apps to advance HR functions. An enterprise’s platform could boast all the bells and whistles — but is it integrating with its tools exactly the way the company needs to meet its human capital management (HCM) objectives? Are its systems leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to enable more holistic recruitment processes? If not, how does a business embark on seeking, evaluating, selecting and implementing the right solution that can integrate with its existing components?
3Sixty Insights explores how file sharing provider Box embarked on a decision process to reevaluate its recruitment tools and implement a solution. This paper outlines how Box realized the need for better integration and better service from its provider, reviewed several options for new partners, selected a single, integrated AI-driven platform for its recruiting needs, adopted a new tool, and has been learning to evaluate the results.
Headquartered in Redwood City, California, Box is a global cloud content management provider to nearly 100,000 enterprises, including 69 percent of the Fortune 500. Box helps enterprises revolutionize how they work by securely connecting their people, information and applications, offering a range of access control, security, governance, compliance and data privacy for document and data sharing management. The company’s 2,500 employees across 14 locations help Box deliver innovation in 25 languages around the world, leading to a need for a diverse and skilled workforce to achieve Box’s customer-centric mission.
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