Goodtalent has announced the launch of its platform where companies can streamline their recruitment of Software Engineers while tracking applications from sourcing to hire.
The platform was built for both the individual developer/engineer to practice coding, build their profile and showcase their work while companies and other recruitment agencies can source, assess and hire tech talent. While using the platform, companies and agencies can conduct an online test to vet developer’s expertise, schedule an interview, and present a job offer, all within the platform.
While still an early stage start-up, Goodtalent aims to help companies build world class engineering teams. The company intends to do this in three simple ways:
- Developer Access: For individual developers to practice Coding Tests to help improve their skills.
- Platform for Companies: An Applicant Tracking System that helps companies track Tech talent from Sourcing, Assessment, Interview to Hire without leaving the Platform
- Hire: Goodtalent helps find, test and recruit developers and engineers for companies. Whether remote, permanent, project based or contract.
“Our focus is to provide a one-stop solution for Start-ups and larger companies who need access to tech talent. Companies have the option to use our “Hire” service or simply do it themselves by subscribing to our “platform”. Either way we are giving companies choice. Individual developers have the opportunity to showcase their skills, practice coding tests, apply to exclusive openings, schedule interviews and track their applications,” said Jimmy Braimah, Goodtalent CEO.
With Offices in Lagos, Nigeria and London, United kingdom, Goodtalent intends to become the one-stop shop for African Tech Talent. For a limited time, all developer practice tests are free on Goodtalent. For companies and agencies, Goodtalent is also offering 31 days free trials upon signup.
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