Monster work platform is rebranded as foundit.in

job search portal Monsterannounced on Wednesday that it is transforming into a full talent management platform and will be known as ‘foundit.in’ with a new logo and vision.

The company said it will offer comprehensive solutions to recruiters and highly personalized and contextual services for job seekers in Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

“Technology is leading the disruption in all sectors and talent acquisition is no exception. The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work and the way we hire,” said Sekhar Garisa, CEO of foundit.in (formerly Monster), in a statement. “The platform of the future must cater to a highly dynamic job market, skill-based hiring, and changing career expectations,” he added.

What changes for Monster?

According to the company, users would have access to customized job discovery and enablement solutions. With foundit.in’s personalized search results feature, they’ll receive results and recommendations selected based on their education, work experience, and validated skills.

As for recruiters, it will offer data sets on each candidate along with insights and analytics that will make the process efficient and personalized for each position requirement, the firm said.

The company also claims that this new interface and features would enable seamless and intelligent interaction between recruiters and candidates.

The talent management platform would offer other features such as the community-led mentoring marketplace, skills validation through assessments, the first mobile user interface, personalized recommendations, and self-improvement tools such as skills enhancement courses. .

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In 2018, Quess Corp acquired Monster Worldwide’s APAC & ME businesses as a strategic investment to strengthen its HR services portfolio.

Last year, Monster raised Rs 137.5 crore in a funding round led by investors Akash Bhanshali of Volrado Venture Partners and Mohandas Pai of Meridian Investments to boost its product offerings and market expansion.