Why Pomato

  Why the name Pomato? The Pomato plant looks like a normal tomato plant but hides something underneath. Just like a resume is not always what it seems.

Why the name Pomato? The Pomato plant looks like a normal tomato plant but hides something underneath. Just like a resume is not always what it seems.

Staffing Agencies and Human Resource Departments employ non-technical Recruiters and expect them to be effective at identifying highly technical IT resources such as Programmers.  

To compound this challenge, each year there are a large number of new technologies that appear on resumes and are being used by companies as part of the technology stack.

Technical Interviews or screenings are expensive and can suffer from inconsistent results, reducing their effectiveness while also frustrating Recruiters.

What It Does

Pomato was developed to make IT Recruiters proficient at understanding the actual skills and capabilities detailed on a resume.  

It also provides an effective model to accurately validate the candidate’s technical skills.  

For the Recruiter, Pomato is a simple, easy to use tool that improves their ability to service the Hiring Manager.  With built-in Assistive Intelligence and Machine Learning the platform has been trained by experts, and performs over 200,000 computations on a candidate’s resume in seconds. Then it intelligently devises a custom tailored technical interview based on the candidates stated skills and experience.

Recruiters using the Pomato platform gain an in-depth knowledge of a candidate’s background through an easy to understand visual resume. This visualization lets them perform highly intelligent and customized technical screenings and ultimately improves the effectiveness and number of hires.

Request a demo today to see how we can boost your technical hiring.