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Conversation Agent

Conversation Agent
The match-making market to connect companies and teams with candidates who possess the right skills is ripe for change. As is the case with many industries, the first phase of technology integration is about transferring offline or analog processes online. In the recruitment industry, we saw a generation that helped assist companies and candidates by putting them all onto one platform, then using a keyword optimized version of search to take people from awareness though consideration and conversion. Think Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com, Indeed.com and TheLadders.com. Each built a slightly different experience by layering other offerings on top of helping answer the basic questions. For simplicity-sake:

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