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Brazilian HRTech launches fully online recruiting tool

Seeking to disrupt recruiting processes, Revelo plans to keep improving this solution even after the pandemic

Lucas Mendes, co-founder of Brazilian HRtech Revelo.
Lucas Mendes, co-founder of Revelo. Photo: Revelo
  • Brazilian Revelo links candidates to companies with job openings, applying AI and machine learning in the recruiting process;
  • Revelo launched last week a new tool to allow this process to be entirely conducted online: the Revelo Remoto;
  • 80% of all hirings in Revelo’s platform during February and March occurred from a distance, pushed by the remote work, as the pandemic has been hitting many face-to-face activities.

Connecting candidates to companies with job openings in areas from programming to management, Brazilian HRtech Revelo launched a new service to allow the whole recruiting process to be online and remote, called Revelo Remoto. The information is from Estadão newspaper.

Launched last week, Revelo’s new service was born thanks to a staggering data observed by the startup: 80% of all hirings in Revelo’s platform during February and March happened from a distance – an episode largely pushed by the corona crisis, as the pandemic has been hitting many face-to-face activities.

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In general, the platform is 75% faster than regular consultancies and job websites

LucaS MENDES, REVELO’S COFOUNDER, in an interview with labs

From the first job interview to the contract signing, the solution – whose process is entirely conducted within the new platform – is expected to keep growing even after the coronavirus pandemic, as one of the major goals of Revelo is to bring the digital transformation for recruiting processes. “Much is said about the future of work. When this crisis passes, I believe that many companies will continue to encourage remote work. I think our tool is very useful to continue to exist in this scenario,” cofounder Lucas Mendes told Estadão.

Revelo has currently about 14,000 registered companies, including giants such as Ambev, Itaú Unibanco, XP Inc., B2W and Accenture, in addition to micro, small and medium businesses. With a focus on Brazil for now, the startup is studying an expansion to other countries in Latin America, including Mexico, where the firm already has some clients.