Career services centers can now add unparalleled mobility to the list of benefits they offer their students. The vendor-marriage between two of the industry’s leading brands establishes career center efficiencies that no other product can provide.
Bethlehem, PA (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
InterviewStream.com, the premier provider of video interviewing solutions, today announced new horizons for job-seeking students through an integrated brand-partnership with Symplicity, the leader in career services information management systems. The relationship was established as a result of the growing trend, virtual gridlock—when online resources are unattainable because of the frequent requests for privacy data and passwords. As a result of this vendor integration, career centers around the country can provide students with a more seamless virtual experience and in turn empower students with the best-in-class career resources making the most coveted jobs more attainable and within reach.
For more than a year, Symplicity and InterviewStream representatives have been studying the virtual gridlock theme, which has been widely reported by career-oriented students and respective customers. When online access is denied to students, their resources are limited and therefore education and career advancement suffers. Therefore, the two partner organizations vowed to work together to ensure that participating career service centers across the country feature resources with best-in-class online functionality and ease-of-use. In short, the new integration service allows students to access the InterviewStream Campus interface directly from their Career Services Manager (CSM) student platform, and vice versa offering the most effective career resources on the market to eager students seeking to stand out in a crowded market.
“We are thrilled to offer an integrated solution with Symplicity to further assist students with their practice interviews and the strengthening of their communications skills,” said Miles Munz, InterviewStream’s co-founder. “Career services centers can now add unparalleled mobility to the list of benefits they offer their students. The vendor-marriage between two of the industry’s leading brands establishes career center efficiencies that no other product can provide.”
Symplicity has revolutionized career services management information systems. Their Career Services Manager (CSM) unites all facets of the career center under one customizable web-based application. CSM's state-of-the-art recruiting and advising tools have enabled career offices to deliver more services to students and employer than ever before while increasing efficiency and reducing operating costs for the office.
InterviewStream offers candidates the opportunity to review, retry and reconsider their interview skills before applying for a job; ultimately allowing the user to showcase their personality and unique skills with a perfectly crafted custom video interview. Once perfected, the video interview provides the candidate leverage over their paper-resume counterpart.
Now, using any internet-connected computer and webcam, students at participating schools will also be able to conduct virtual "mock" interviews using the InterviewStream technologies at the career center or from the privacy of their dorm room, while the schools will be able to customize the mock interviews using thousands of interview questions from industry-leading HR professionals.
“We are confident that our partnership with InterviewStream will yield participating schools and their respective students’ easier access to mock interviewing software,” said Ariel Friedler, President of Symplicity. “The highly-respected InterviewStream platform rounds out our package which includes the top career resources available on the market today.”
The affordable integration of one or both of the services is as seamless as the service itself and is being implemented at over 400 schools around the country. For more information on InterviewStream’s technology, media may contact Kristi Hughes at 215-816-2954 or Kristi@manavistapr.com. To learn more about what Symplicity’s CSM tool can do and how it integrates with InterviewStream, please contact Matthew Kelley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
InterviewStream, LLC (http://www.InterviewStream.com) is the premier provider of video interviewing solutions. Their product suite of proprietary online technology provides video interview solutions to universities, employers, and workforce investment boards around the globe including nine of the top 10 global MBA Programs and the world’s leading global outplacement firm.
Founded in 2003 by Miles Munz and Randy Bitting, both named “Top 30 Under 30: American’s Coolest Young Entrepreneurs” by Inc. magazine in August 2007, InterviewStream has quickly become the ‘industry standard’ practice and screening interview tool for thousands of job seekers, career counselors & employers – across four continents and in 44 states.
InterviewStream, LLC is a privately held company headquartered outside of Philadelphia in Bethlehem, PA.
Symplicity is reinventing information technology (IT) consulting by streamlining development processes and deploying the most advanced and proven technologies. Symplicity is passionate about providing its clients with IT solutions; services and products that enable them to maximize productivity, increase their return on investment, and enhance their relationships with customers and constituents. Symplicity's Career Services Manager (CSM) Deployed at more than 500 institutions, is the first product of its kind that allows institutions to replace half a dozen niche products with a one-stop integrated solution for enterprise wide management of: job postings, on-campus interviewing, employers, clerkships, students, alumni, calendaring, communications, customer relationship, and more. The system is 100% customizable -- fulfilling the unique needs of each and every client.
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