ThriveMap Release 4.0: New Dashboard to Enhance Recruiter Experience

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Posted by Emily Hill on 18 July 2023

ThriveMap understands the critical role that recruiter experience plays in a successful hiring strategy.

That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce our latest updates to our ThriveMap recruitment technology tool, fueled by the power of big data.

These updates are designed to improve the insights that recruiters and hiring managers can use when analyzing assessment performance.

Find out about Release 4.0 in our pre-hire assessment tool.

What’s new?

ThriveMap’s Release 4.0 features several new updates, including:

  1. Big insights: The new candidate reports provide additional insights into candidates’ performance during the hiring process. There are new tables that display candidates’ scores, the average time they spent per question in the assessment, and much more. 
  2. Fresh design: The system design and layout have undergone a refresh, enhancing the user experience and making it easier for you to navigate through the system. 
  3. Faster updates: The code-base powering the system has been updated. This update not only makes the system faster but also enables faster deployment of future updates. 

Want to see it in action? Existing customers can log in here.

Not yet a customer? Book a demo here.

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