After Syft came into the hands of the large job search engine at the end of May, Indeed has struck again. The British programmatic platform ClickIQ has been taken over by Indeed.
Automated job advertisements
ClickIQ provides a platform that specialises in automated job postings. This is done on the basis of artificial intelligence. Founded in 2017 by Beverly Shaw and Richard Collins, ClickIQ promises to reach the best candidates in a cost-effective way. This is thanks to their technology, which continuously keeps track of expenses.
Ensuring great hires
Maggie Hulce, SVP Sales Strategy at Indeed, commented: “The team at ClickIQ have built an innovative technology solution for optimising job advertising spend to reach both active and passive jobseekers. In partnership, we will strengthen our ability to deliver qualified applications – and ultimately hires – to employers quickly and cost-effectively. Using AI to deliver the right number of candidates in a more effortless way, we will free recruiters to focus on what they do best – engaging candidates and ensuring great hires – which ultimately supports our mission to help people get jobs.”
Richard Collins and Beverly Shaw, co-founders at ClickIQ commented: “In Indeed we have found a partner who is truly aligned with our own business objectives and mission. We set out to build a technology platform that offers companies more cost-effective results, greater insight and more effortless control over their recruitment advertising budgets. With Indeed’s support, we look forward to scaling this model to employers around the world.”