Searching and matching are two important processes in recruiting and staffing and traditionally are covered by separate solutions. Actonomy is the first vendor who has integrated both!
Searching refers to the process of finding potential candidates or job openings based on specific criteria. This can be done manually by reviewing resumes and job descriptions, or through the use of technology such as Actonomy’s semantic search capabilities. Searching allows you to find a pool of potential candidates or job openings that meet your specific requirements.
Matching, on the other hand, is the process of comparing the skills, qualifications and experience of a candidate with the requirements of a job opening to determine if they are a good fit. This process can also be done manually by reviewing resumes and job descriptions, but is often done with the help of technology such as Actonomy’s matching algorithm. Matching helps to identify the most qualified candidates for a specific job opening and can help to streamline the recruitment process.
In short, searching is the process of finding potential candidates or jobs, while matching is the process of determining if they are a good fit based on qualifications and experience. Actonomy’s technology helps in both processes, by allowing users to search for and match relevant candidates and jobs.