GET-OPTIMAL.COM PARTNERS WITH PANDOLOGIC TO POWER THEIR CUSTOMER’S JOB ADS AND REDUCE BIAS AT THE SOURCE

October 25, 2021
Get-Optimal today announced a partnership with PandoLogic, a leading provider of intelligent hiring solutions, to make Job Ads more inclusive and searchable

GET-OPTIMAL.COM PARTNERS WITH PANDOLOGIC TO POWER THEIR CUSTOMER’S JOB ADS AND REDUCE BIAS AT THE SOURCE.


London – UK-based global technology company and diversity and inclusion provider, Get-Optimal, and PandoLogic, a leading provider of intelligent hiring solutions, announced that they have entered into a global strategic partnership to make Job Ads more inclusive and searchable.

Combining their experience of actively promoting DE&I with their global audiences and reach, both companies aim to usher in a new era of fully optimised Job Ads. While companies have realised that having a diverse and inclusive workforce and managing it successfully is crucial to overall business success, organisations recruiting new talent can undercut their plans.

Businesses seeking to hire a diverse workforce and attract more women, ethnic minority groups, LGBTQ+ workers, disabled folk, and employees of different ages and social classes could be falling at the first hurdle with outdated Job Ads.

Get-Optimal’s founder and CEO, Daniel Fellows, said: “As we continue to revolutionise the humble Job Ad by optimising postings for diversity, inclusion, and SEO using AI and ML, it’s exciting to bring on PandoLogic as a strategic partner. Their collaborative approach aligns well with our mutual objective to disrupt the job advertising market and help direct recruiters and recruitment agencies alike achieve their recruitment and DE&I goals.”

Commenting on the new partnership that is poised to deliver unprecedented value to the recruitment industry, Terry Baker, CEO at PandoLogic said: “Our goal has been to provide a focused and automated approach to attracting diverse candidates while providing transparency around performance and the cost to acquire diverse talent. Partnering with Get-Optimal helps us provide even greater value to the recruitment community. Together, we will transform how talent acquisition professionals attract diverse candidates and reach DE&I goals through AI and ML.”

While both Get-Optimal and PandoLogic each have their own clear identity, audience profile, and reach, the two brands perfectly complement each other and share a common mission to make Job Ads as inclusive as possible – and thus bring about positive change.

About Get-Optimal
Get-Optimal’s core technology optimises Job Ads for diversity, inclusion and SEO using AI and Machine Learning. Endorsed by APSCo and working with direct employers, staffing agencies, CRMs, programmatic platforms and SMEs across four continents, customers can be onboarded and optimising their first Job Ads in under 15 minutes.

Our technology partner, The Data Analysis Bureau (T-DAB), is a data science and data engineering innovation company specialising in delivering machine learning & AI at scale. Their industry-leading research into Natural Language Processing (NLP) and AI with Imperial College London ensures Get Optimal benefit from the latest innovation.

Get-Optimal works with direct employers across the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Please contact Get-Optimal Founder and CEO on daniel@get-optimal.com or +44 7957 558 691 for more information. www.get-optimal.com

About PandoLogic
PandoLogic is the leading programmatic job advertising and vendor management platform in North America. Referred to as the “best-kept secret in HR,” its programmatic job advertising platform, pandoIQ, automates and optimizes job ad placements to help companies meet hiring needs while maximizing recruitment ad spend. Evaluating 100T job data points and making 7,000 micro-decisions per minute, pandoIQ eliminates inefficiencies and waste by reaching the right candidates on the right sites at the right time for the right price via a single performance-based platform.

One vendor, one source of truth, better results. Learn more at pandologic.com.