Leveraging technology at its best, one business processes at a time, Tatvic Analytics, launched its new in-house assessment app for hiring. The announcement for the deployment of this web-based platform, which will henceforth be used for Tatvic’s hiring process going a step ahead of video resumes and online interviewing, was made on Monday. Established in 2008 at the cusp of the global data boom, Tatvic Analytics is a leading data analytics consulting company headquartered in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, offering end-to-end data and marketing analytics consulting services and solutions. It is the only Indian company with full-stack capabilities on Google’s marketing and cloud platforms.
Using this application, candidates interested in applying for job vacancies at Tatvic Analytics will be able to respond to employment assessment tests through video recording from absolutely anywhere and upload them even with limited resources, on the platform which can be accessed and reviewed by Tatvic’s hiring managers. All the applicant or the hiring manager needs is an internet-enabled device to access this platform, which can also be leveraged by the company’s recruitment personnel to review the candidate’s performance.
By the end of 2022, the company plans to double its total workforce across locations. The new in-house hiring platform will indeed go a long way in hiring the right talent with utmost ease both for candidates as well as talent-hunters at Tatvic.
Mr Ravi Pathak, Co-Founder and CEO, Tatvic Analytics, said, “We at Tatvic have always believed in leveraging technology to improvise our processes to achieve greater efficiency and optimum output. With a fast-expanding digital landscape, manpower requirements are growing not just across the IT sector but for our company as well. Since April 2020, we have already hired a workforce of 100 people, and we’re continuously expanding our team with the right talent mix. This platform will go a step ahead of video resumes and online interviews, taking the process of assessment too on the video platform.”
“Candidates can respond dynamically to role-specific questions through video and have the flexibility to take the test at their convenience from anywhere with minimum resources whereas the reviewer too can review it at one’s ease. This will reduce the time-dependence for the interviewer as well as candidate,” said Mr Pathak.
Besides its ease of use, the platform will also enable hiring managers to evaluate soft skills of the interested candidates.
“With increased globalisation, further fuelled with a widening digital landscape, candidates are often required to multi-task. While sound technical skills in a candidate are of paramount importance, good soft-skills and interpersonal skills are also crucial. Since our new platform has a video-enabled assessment platform, Tatvic’s hiring and assessment team will also be able to evaluate these skills in each candidate and make informed decisions in building a better workforce,” said Mr Parag Bhatt, Group HR Head, Tatvic Analytics.
“At the same time, it will also go a long way in helping us identifying specific soft-skills of candidates, which will help the team decide on their skill training requirements too,” Mr Bhatt further added.
To enhance its capabilities, Tatvic Analytics recently expanded its presence in the Asia-Pacific region through collaboration with New York-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) company, Dataiku. Through the partnership, Tatvic has widened the array of services made available to its clients in the global market, with AI- and ML-driven analytics solutions.
With enhanced offerings and in the wake of the recent expansion into Singapore, the company has been able to cater to more clients across different industrial sectors globally and therefore its manpower requirement has grown. Many candidates, including freshers and experienced techies, have sent in their applications showing interest in joining the firm.