Peter Weddle, Publisher
Weddle's Newsletters, Guides & Directories
on e-recruiting (December 2001)
“Redmatch takes recruiting beyond simply putting round pegs in round
holes. It represents a new generation of recruitment tools.
It adds the precision necessary for quality matching between talent and
jobs and the communication tools necessary to make it happen. Redmatch
is in an excellent position to become the technology partner to many employment
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Dr. Charles Handler
Recruiting Exchange (September 2002)
"Redmatch […] offers a product that uses artificial intelligence
to take matching to a whole new level, making keyword searching and resume
parsing technology look silly."
with poolonline.com (December 2002)
"Redmatch is the planet Earth's best job placement application.
It can perform so many functions that it is better to visit the web site
and review for yourself."
Anuntis (Spain's largest publisher)
"It was important for us to retain all the assets that we have
already built in our site like the candidate and client database. The
integration with the Redmatch software enabled us to retain these assets
and build on them additional value. After a few months of integration
we have launched the improved site. We are very satisfied with the results."
Dr. Charles Handler & Steve Hunt
Recruiting Exchange (June 2003)
“Redmatch primarily targets newspapers; however, they can power any
job board or career portal.[...] Redmatch also provides interviewing and
candidate management tools that work around their core offerings. The
end result is the creation of a modular, self-contained system that uses
innovative tools to add a great deal of efficiency to the sourcing process.”
Week Online (August 2004)
"Another emerging competitor [to Monster] is Israeli startup
Redmatch. Its technology allows newspapers to post their help-wanted ads
online. Redmatch's software matches job-seekers with employers based on
skills and requirements, reducing the time needed to sift through ads
and resumes. Already, more than 150 US newspapers have linked to Redmatch's
internet network, featuring more than 85,000 ads."