To solve the problems (listed under “Problem statement”), RecruitGuru (a sister-concern of 3P Consultants) have come-up with following solutions:
An AI software hosted on this “Webservice” (website), creates a structured database from millions of plan text resumes and renders these (resumes) "Searchable"
The software also automatically creates graphical "Function Profile" for each resume/candidates- something that no commercially available extraction software, is able to do !
GuruMine and Gurusearch are the main components of this "pay-per-use"
A few jobsites do send job-alerts to registered candidates, as emails.
However, these emails alerts suffer from following “disadvantages”:
- A jobseeker must find a PC and log onto internet, to be able to “access” these emails IDs from their offices and can access their email job-alerts only from home or from a cyber café-a great inconvenience.
- A jobseeker must register with large no. of jobsites to receive email job-alerts, to ensure that he does not miss-out on interesting jobs. But then, all jobsites do ZNOT offer email job-alert feature!
- From an email job-alert, a candidate cannot “Apply Online” so, once again, he must log into all those jobsites, one-by-one!
- Most jobsites match a job-advt against a candidate’s resume and throw-up “irrelevant” job-alerts. These jobsites have no mechanism to match jobs against a jobseeker’s “Preferences”
- Many job-alerts are against “Old/ obsolete/stale” jobs, which are already filled-up, longtime back! So jobseeker’s time/ effort are wasted.
World-Wide-Jobs.com overcomes all these limitation/disadvantages and delivers to a candidate,
- Relevant job-alerts
(matched with his job preferences)
- Fresh job-alerts
(against job-advt posted on jobsites during last 24 hours)
- Many job-alerts
(by aggregating job advts from many jobsites)
- Fast job-alerts
(within hours of posting)
- Convenient job-alerts
(by delivering as SMS on their mobile phones, wherever candidate happens to be)
- Facility to "Apply Online"
( directly from his mobile-phone, with a single “send” click)