Andela Launches Talent Cloud to Transform Tech Hiring
Andela, an Africa-focused talent outsourcing startup, has launched Andela Talent Cloud, an integrated end-to-end platform that connects skilled individuals with businesses, transforming the hiring process for tech companies and talents.
The all-in-one, AI-powered platform gives IT executives total transparency over talent profiles and skills assessment results, enabling them to make secure and informed hiring decisions.
Andela Talent Cloud provides clients with more speed, flexibility, performance, and trust than other hiring methods such as internal recruiting, consulting firms, and outsourcing.
“Andela offers a seamless approach. By combining the world’s preeminent private talent marketplace with an AI-driven platform, Andela helps companies scale their teams and deliver projects faster,” said Jeremy Johnson, Andela CEO and Co-Founder.
The platform, billed as the Talent Decision Engine (TDE), analyzes thousands of data points during the hiring process to evaluate several factors for each job position, including hard and soft skills, experience, title, location, work preferences, language proficiency, and client feedback.
Due to its hiring lifecycle optimization, businesses can locate, assess, hire, manage, and pay foreign technologists within the integrated platform.
In March 2023, the startup acquired Qualified, a technical skills assessment platform. Thus, Andela claims it has integrated developer assessment capabilities into TDE to more precisely determine the performance of the recommended talent on the job before selection.
Andela Pay manages every facet of foreign payouts, currency conversion, and compliance in more than 100 nations to ensure that talents receive funds effectively and economically.
In compliance with relevant regulations, the Andela Pay partner ecosystem also conducts Know-Your-Customer and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) reviews on contracted technologists to ensure compliance by all remote workers.
Andela Talent Cloud is a game-changer for the tech industry, providing companies with a faster, more efficient, and more reliable way to hire top talent.
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