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IT clouds, or communities, are set up to find, attract, and then keep IT pros interested in the future job posting and specific client brands. Finding qualified candidates can be a challenge. When searching LinkedIn or a job site for someone with programming experience, hundreds if not thousands of results, depending on geographical requirements and other variables, are presented with varying degrees of success.
Fuseology’s IT Communities are set up to take these key candidates and refine them down to a select community of talent that is available to work, interested in the job, and matched to the job requirements. The skill requirements are vetted based upon more than key word matching or basic semantic searching. Fuseology uses a specialized job taxonomy based on the results of a custom classification model, self-segmentation, and interactions within the job specific talent community to tighten candidate pools. Using this form of data science means that we provide candidates with the highest probability of a successful hire. Many staffing firms and online recruiting systems can provide one of these three requirements, available and interested but not matched to the job or matched and available but not interested. Fuseology has all three components, which is important for sourcing candidates quickly and cost-effectively.