DBS Bank is a multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Singapore, with presence across Asia. See how their talent acquisition team uses impress.ai to ramp up recruitment efforts, save time, and increase efficiency.
Reasons why DBS Bank loves impress.ai:
- Their HR team saves 40 hours per month which they can spend on higher-value work.
- impress.ai grows with their business and adapts to their 40% spike in hiring needs.
- Their team enjoys a lighter workload, while efficiency speeds up.
DBS Bank has been expanding its wealth management services, and along with their business growth they needed to hire 40% more wealth planning managers across Asia. Their HR department in Singapore was looking for a tool to support this rapid expansion.
Lucky for them, they didn’t have to look too far. Singapore home-grown startup, impress.ai worked with the team to launch a virtual recruiter named JIM (Jobs Intelligence Maestro) in April 2018.
Since then, JIM has helped review countless resumes, collect candidate responses from pre-screening questions, and conduct psychometric profiling assessments to accurately qualify candidates in the hiring pipeline.
With in-built artificial intelligence ability, JIM learns how to make better assessments while screening candidates over time. Even with over 7,000 candidates, the virtual recruiter engages candidates in a 2-way conversion and qualifies them 24/7. The HR team at DBS doesn’t have to work late nights or weekends anymore, as they trust that JIM will take care of tasks while they are away. Armed with impress.ai, the HR team at DBS saves time so their recruiters can focus on higher-value work.
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Here is what our clients have experienced:
– Upto 81% reduction in the time to qualify candidates
– Upto 30% reduction in the cost of hire
– 5X increase in reach
impress.ai is a Singapore based company and we work with several government clients as well as enterprises including Accenture and Singtel.