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Paradox buys Israeli candidate interview app Spetz

U.S. talent acquisition and AI platform adoption Paradox today announced the acquisition of an Israeli startup Spets, Has developed an app that allows companies to engage with job seekers through automated AI bots.

No financial details regarding the transaction have been disclosed. Founded in Tel Aviv in 2017 by CEO Yam Dvir, COO Yael Florenthal and CTO Alon Slutzky, the company has raised $ 750,000 so far and clients such as EY and Sodastream will modernize candidate communications. Has supported.

Spetz helps Paradox extend its conversational AI platform. This helps global talent teams automate recruitment tasks such as screening, scheduling interviews, and communicating with candidates. Spetz will be Paradox’s R & D center in Tel Aviv.

Aaron Matos, founder and CEO of Paradox, said: “This acquisition is to work with some of the smartest people in our recruiting team who share a passion for building the products they love. We were impressed with the growth of the Spetz team and also with our vision. You can build it together. “

“When we met the Paradox team, we immediately saw a great opportunity to build something bigger than ourselves, combining our expertise with Paradox’s vision and momentum as a clear category leader,” said Dvir. Is really one of them. ”Overall, we can’t wait to start accelerating our paradoxical vision for a frictionless, elegant, people-centric future with hiring greater than total. “

Israeli Business News, Published by Gloves- -January 5, 2021

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