Jobvite Intelligent Messaging is proud to include the mobile app integration with Snap Inc.’s Bitmoji Kit to the list of countless integrations across the Talent Acquisition Suite. Integrating with Bitmoji Kit enables recruiters and job candidates to express themselves with Bitmoji stickers in a text-based interview or automated screen. As the first HR tech platform to leverage the power of personalized avatars, the Jobvite Talent Acquisition Suite has integrated with Bitmoji Kit to add a greater sense of personality to a text-based job interview. Recruiters can easily send and receive Bitmojis, adding depth and personality to text interviews and recruiting conversations.
“People are using avatars to communicate everywhere – at work, in life, and even in texts with coworkers and friends. Now, job seekers can expect to get personalized avatars from the next person interviewing them,” said Aman Brar, CEO of Jobvite. “Jobvite Intelligent Messaging enables recruiters to humanize the screening process for candidates by allowing them to chat seamlessly back and forth via text, and the new Bitmoji integration takes personalization one step further.”
Now with Bitmoji integration, users can show their personality throughout the conversation, ease a nervous candidate’s mind, and connect over fun technology. Together, these new features are helping employment brands shine in new ways.
“Snap Kit brings the Snapchat experiences you love into some of your favorite apps, without compromising your private account data,” said Jacob Andreou, Vice President of Product for Snap, Inc. “The Jobvite integration with Bitmoji Kit is unique in that the company is the first to use the platform specifically to inject more personality into the job interview process.”
Taking an additional step towards convenience and fun for job seekers, Jobvite Intelligent Messaging is already helping recruiters communicate with candidates through text using emojis and GIFs—both in 1:1 text communication, automated text-screens and reminders.
*Original integration announcement debuted as part of Jobvite-acquired Canvas, the first enterprise-grade text-based interviewing platform.