Paradox, the conversational hiring software helping global employers like Unilever, Nestle, L’Oreal, CVS Health, and General Motors transform hiring with automation that gets recruiting work done faster, today announced the launch of its Conversational ATS. Designed from the ground-up to completely reimagine the high-volume hiring process, the product obsessively focuses on delivering the best frontline candidate and hiring manager experience in the world.
Underpinned by a conversational UI that makes engagement feel simple and seamless, Paradox’s ATS automates things like screening for requirements, interview scheduling, reminders, offers, new hire onboarding, and more. The product is already helping global clients dramatically reduce time-to-hire to hours or days, instead of weeks — and deliver frictionless experiences that candidates love.
“We didn’t want to build just another ATS — so, we didn’t,” said Paradox founder and CEO Aaron Matos. “Our mission has always been to help our clients get work done faster, so they can spend more time with people, not software. We believe at our core that conversational experiences will become the new enterprise user interface, and this is a step in the right direction in the journey to change that paradigm. “
For companies that partner with large enterprise ERP and HCM platforms like Workday or SAP, Paradox is also launching high-volume solutions built to work alongside those systems — allowing clients to see all the benefits of conversational automation and high-volume hiring, without needing to switch their ATS to see those benefits.
“We’ve had the pleasure of working alongside some of Paradox’s clients in our research to understand how conversational software is transforming talent acquisition — and the impact we’ve seen it have on those organizations is truly remarkable,” said Janet Mertens, Senior Vice President of Research at The Josh Bersin Company. “Finding and retaining talent today is a huge challenge for most companies, and using the old tricks isn’t the answer anymore. Paradox is thinking differently about how to solve for the future and helping organizations leverage creative new solutions to address the talent shortage.”