WORKLAND announced today the official deployment of ATLAS, its innovative recruitment technology within the federal government for testing through the Build in Canada Innovation Program. ATLAS is an artificially intelligent technology that facilitates and accelerates the recruitment process through concrete use of Artificial Intelligence and process automation.
WORKLAND has been awarded a major innovation contract through the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP), a program aimed at helping innovative Canadian companies commercialize their products. To qualify, Workland had to meet the strict requirements of the program in terms of degree of innovation. .
The Ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is leading the way by example when it comes to fueling innovation in Canada by selecting WORKLAND’s ATLAS technology to help supercharge their recruitment efficiency.
By adopting a simplified process powered by AI, ATLAS strengthens and supports recruitment teams by customizing the match-making process between candidates and employers, automating job diffusion and recruitment on social media, in and outbound communications, compatibility analysis during pre-selection, psychometric match & candidacy management and tracking.
“It’s really exciting to finally see a 2-year process finally become reality. This contract is a real game changer for WORKLAND, opening doors to the single largest provider of contracts in Canada and allowing us to tailor and adapt our AI solutions to the needs of large entities. All of WORKLAND’s current and future clients will directly benefit from this business partnership.” said Julie Hubert, CEO & President of WORKLAND