Montage Introduces Latest-Interoperable Video Interviewing Platform

HR Tech Outlook | Friday, November 30, 2018

LAS VEGAS, NV: With the growing trend of Live Video Interviewing, recruiters need to adapt best practices for conducting these interviews. Montage, a designer of purpose-built video interviewing solutions is coming up with latest interoperable video interviewing platform with multiple web browsers options.

Nowadays virtual interviewing has become the standard method for first round screening, allowing interviewers to interview people who are not able to attend interview at a certain time and place. To fulfill demands of modern talent acquisition, Montage offers next generation voice and digital interviewing solutions.

Montage’s video interviewing platform enables organization’s targeted candidates to self-register into hiring workflow and can record their on-demand video interview instantly as well as streamlines interview scheduling by providing tools required for recruiters. It can seamlessly integrate with Outlook, Exchange, Google Apps, Gmail, Lotus Notes and AOL and complements each interview with welcome videos, guided interview questions and 24x7 access to support. In addition, Montage’s video interviewing technology helps hiring team with on-boarding process and facilitates them with better collaboration and sharing tools, making sharing results with key decision makers and internal stakeholders easy.

Now Montage unveils live video platform including WebRTC and offers option that can be supported by all web browsers without requiring additional downloads for the video interviewing experience. Montage is providing talent acquisition teams a solution offering security, ease-of-use, scalability and interoperability within the enterprise.

"This flexible approach allows companies to deliver a more user-friendly candidate experience while minimizing potential IT concerns and involvement," says Mir Ali, VP, Global Technology Solutions at Futurestep.

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