Waco, Texas / July 17, 2013
InterviewStream will help global business leaders shape their video strategy at the Human Capital Institute’s (HCI) first annual Global Talent Management Summit, taking place at the Conrad New York hotel in New York City from Monday, July 22 through Tuesday, July 23.
The global video interview provider will display a new internet video messaging tool and video interviewing solutions to attract and maintain global talent. Visitors to the InterviewStream table can take a quick on-site demo and enter a raffle for a chance to win Keurig Home Brewing systems.
Language barriers are not a problem with InterviewStream video technology. Video interview instructions are available in eight languages, and with customizable and brandable upload options, giving companies the flexibility to best portray themselves to candidates.
Video capabilities are especially pivotal for interviewing and communicating with individuals around the world, InterviewStream Founder and CIO Randy Bitting explains, because the technology has become a crucial business tool.
“Our video tools have established value among employers who use it to pre-screen job candidates and for efficient communication when businesspeople are thousands of miles apart,” said Bitting. “The question is no longer whether employers have a video strategy…but rather, what IS their strategy?”
Founded in 2003, InterviewStream is the global pioneer of pre-recorded and live video interviewing solutions. Over 500 clients, including corporations, executive search firms, staffing firms, global career transition firms and universities, have completed more than 500,000 interviews in over 120 countries and in eight different languages. InterviewStream is headquartered in Waco, TX and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brazos Higher Education Service Corporation (BHESC).
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