Monster® Expands SeeMore™, the World's First Cloud-Based Semantic Search and Analytics Recruiting Pl

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Monster® Expands SeeMore™, the World's First Cloud-Based Semantic Search and Analytics Recruiting Platform

Launches SeeMore for Small Business Customers, and Extends Global Rollout with SeeMore Beta Launch in France

MAYNARD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Monster®, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities and the flagship brand of Monster Worldwide (NYS: MWW) , today introduced new SeeMore™ features built to meet the recruiting needs of small and mid-size (SMB) employers. Continuing its strategy to deploy its advanced search technology to a diverse customer base, SMB customers in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia now have access to a tailored version of SeeMore to manage resumes more efficiently and hire quality talent quickly.


"Like large enterprise companies, small businesses have invested significant time and money to build a database of candidates," said Mark Conway, senior vice president and CIO for Monster Worldwide. "These customers are already using Monster's database - with SeeMore, SMB customers can now search and rank candidates from their own database using Monster's patented 6Sense® semantic search technology."

SMB customers can now directly add candidates by email to be uploaded automatically into SeeMore and get instant access to their talent base without the use of an applicant tracking system (ATS) or database integration process. This new functionality is especially beneficial to SMB customers who receive resumes from walk-ins, referrals, niche and local job boards and classifieds, career fairs and social media - and struggle to manage resumes without an ATS. SMB companies who do not maintain an employee database with internal resumes of their own employees will now also benefit from SeeMore.

Using a simple, email-based integration, SMB employers can now:

  • Search their own resumes, and find candidates they were not able to find before
  • Have access to all the capabilities of SeeMore - Talent Matching and Talent Dashboard - now tailored for SMB
  • Gain fresh insight into their current talent pools - including their own employees - and understand talent gaps

SeeMore™ now available in France

Expanding its growing adoption in the U.S. among enterprise companies and staffing firms, Monster has introduced its first in a series of non-English versions of its cloud-based semantic search platform, with the beta launch of SeeMore in France. Built on Monster's highly successful 6Sense® semantic search technology, the beta launch of SeeMore in France allows employers to search all of their talent pools in one place and to quickly identify and rank the best potential candidates by reading the resumes with a recruiter- like understanding of skills and qualifications.

"France is one of our fastest-growing markets in adoption of our 6Sense® semantic search and our multinational customers have been asking us to extend our search offerings beyond PRS to include SeeMore as well," Conway added.

Through simple, seamless integration with all systems, SeeMore consolidates all of a company's resumes from multiple sources in one safe, secure location. The precision of Monster's 6Sense semantic search technology then searches resumes from internal databases, Monster's database, referrals, and social networks, to sort and rank the best candidates all in one place. With SeeMore, companies move beyond talent sourcing to talent management, using advanced analytics for strategic workforce planning. HR teams can better streamline their talent management workflow reducing recruitment costs and improving the productivity of HR teams.

"With the Beta launch of SeeMore in France, HR professionals will be able to make more precise decisions regarding skills management and reduce recruitment costs, a true differentiator for large companies, even more so in these times of economic crisis," said Gilles Cavallari, General Manager for Monster France and Southern Europe.

For more information on SeeMore and the full suite of Monster technology solutions, visit: http://findbetter.monster.com.

About Monster Worldwide

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYS: MWW) , parent company of Monster®, is the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities. From the web, to mobile, to BeKnown™ on Facebook, Monster helps companies find people with customized solutions using the world's most advanced technology to match the right person to the right job. With a local presence in 55 countries, Monster connects employers with quality job seekers at all levels, provides personalized career advice to consumers globally and delivers vast, highly targeted audiences to advertisers. To learn more about Monster's industry-leading products and services, visit http://www.monster.com. More company information is available at http://about-monster.com.

About Monster France

Monster is worldwide leader in career management and online recruitment. A division of Monster Worldwide, Monster France has been present in France since 1999 and strives to inspire and support people to help them improve their lives. Monster works for everyone by connecting talented job seekers and job seekers of all levels with recruiters in all sectors of activity. Monster also provides personalised careers advice to the general public as a whole. With online sites offering high quality content and services, Monster enables advertisers to communicate with a wide and highly targeted audience. For more information about Monster products and services, or about the company, go to Monster.fr.



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