AdeptID announced the launch of its API, a product that allows builders in the talent ecosystem to incorporate personalization and skills-based matching between hidden talent, training and jobs with just a few lines of code.
Developers and product leaders at talent software companies and large employers can access predictions and analysis from AdeptID’s recommendation engine, which highlights non-obvious, high-likelihood transitions by mapping transferable skills and learning from hundreds of thousands of real observed hiring outcomes.
Tackling the $1.3 Trillion Talent Matching Problem
“Poor talent matching is a problem experienced by stakeholders across the workforce ecosystem, resulting in over $1.3T USD of wasted tuition and lost annual profits in the US alone,” said Fernando Rodriguez-Villa, CEO and Co-Founder of AdeptID.
“While skills-based matching and technology isn’t a new idea, it’s hard to use, siloed, and way too expensive – which is crazy because it’s a technology that will only improve with more adoption. We want to make our models accessible to large and small organizations – similar to what Stripe has done for payments.”
“We see a massive opportunity to improve outcomes – not just for the 80 million Americans without college degrees, but also for employers struggling to fill roles in growth areas like allied health, IT, and renewable energy.”
Promoting Economic Mobility
AdeptID’s partners have already used its technology to promote economic mobility and inclusion. “In our work to create equity through employment, AdeptID’s data insights have been key in helping employers become more inclusive of Opportunity Talent, and the tools we’ve created together continue to move employers to action,” added Rya Conrad-Bradshaw, Senior Director at Year Up, and one of AdeptID’s current partners.
AdeptID’s insights help builders accomplish diverse goals, including:
- Personalizing career journeys for job seekers
- Finding new pools of talent for employers
- Guiding skills-based training pathways for vocational training providers
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