GeistM Renews with CLIPr After Enjoying Significantly Faster Virtual Onboarding Processes

Renews License Based on Success; Searchable Remote Meetings Cut Software Engineer Training From Two Months to Two Weeks

CLIPr, a video analysis and management (VAM) platform using AI and machine learning to make recorded videos searchable by transcription, topics and subtopics, announced today that GeistM, a leading performance marketing platform that helps brands acquire customers at scale, renewed its CLIPr license after seeing dramatic improvement in recruiting and onboarding high tech talent.

GeistM initially engaged CLIPr to help with software engineer recruitment by making it easier to organize, search and review specific interview moments. GeistM then expanded its use of CLIPr across the organization for all human resources needs, formal and complex internal meetings, opening up larger cross-functional collaboration use cases.

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“We have seen significant growth this past year, and with that came the need to staff-up quickly and effectively,” said Sameet Durg, co-founder and president of GeistM. “But we quickly realized that if CLIPr could help us with hiring, it might be even more impactful for onboarding. Before CLIPr, it would take us two months to train new software engineers to the point where they could contribute meaningful code, and now, we’ve cut that down to two weeks.”

CLIPr enables GeistM to upload its recorded interviews from any video conferencing provider or URL link, where CLIPr’s proprietary machine learning algorithms analyze audio and visual data and makes them more searchable through transcription, topics and subtopics. CLIPr allows users to interact with analyzed video content and make personal annotations, comments, and reactions to specific moments for other team members to view and/or collaborate.

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“Despite video being one of the most widely used communication methods for enterprises over the last couple of years, there isn’t a productive and efficient way to maximize the value of that content to save time and improve decision making,” said Humphrey Chen, co-founder and CEO at CLIPr. “In this case, CLIPr is enabling GeistM to create a better system for remote recruitment and onboarding that is far more efficient and effective than it has ever been.”

For more information on CLIPr’s VAM platform, now with support of 31 different languages including English, French, German, and Spanish.

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