Watertown, MA (PRWEB) July 20, 2010
goInterview announced the release today of their video interview system (http://www.goInterview.com), designed to eliminate traditional phone screening of job applicants. By utilizing goInterview, companies can reduce their time to hire while improving the quality of the hiring process.
"Video interviewing has been around for a while, but no one has made it easy to implement," said Rob Brooks, CEO of goInterview. "We've focused on the essential elements: ease of use and flexibility, as well as making the system very affordable for small and medium-sized businesses."
goInterview breaks the video interview process into three steps: first, the hiring manager creates interview questions (no webcam needed); second, an interview invitation email is sent to as many candidates as needed; finally, the hiring manager and others review the completed video interviews at their leisure. The goInterview video interviewing system also integrates with applicant tracking systems (ATS) and eliminates scheduling problems typically associated with phone and in-person interviews.
For a limited introductory period, goInterview is offering a free 30-day introductory account in which companies can use the system with all features enabled at no charge.
goInterview make video interviews as easy as picking up the phone - and much more effective. goInterview provides a simple user interface for hiring managers and job candidates, and eliminates the scheduling problems normally associated with interviews. goInterview is based in Watertown, Massachusetts.