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AI Powered Talent Management Marketplace Has Come in Existence

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Unbelievable but true, the AI powered talent management marketplace has come into existence. Tech Mahindra launched an artificial intelligence (AI) based talent exchange marketplace, Talex, to address issues related to upskilling, reskilling and talent management within the organisation.

The solution has been developed internally and is powered by Acumos, the open source platform co-developed by Tech Mahindra, AT&T and Linux Foundation. Talex uses AI technology to match candidate profiles with suitable job openings in the organization.

It takes into account the previous assignments of the candidates, their educational background, skills, manager ratings, self-rating, awards & accolades, and contribution towards larger organizational goals.

Harshvendra Soin, Chief People Officer, Tech Mahindra said, “Talex is a unique offering that will democratise the talent management domain and enable our workforce to discover appropriate opportunities within the organization, and also help us in retaining and nurturing promising talent. This cutting-edge talent exchange marketplace platform will be a true game-changer in making the entire process effortless by adding the element of gamification. It is in line with Tech Mahindra’s ethos of building a workplace of the future by harnessing the power of internal talent.”

Talex would help by accepting candidate bids for best-suited roles using pre-assigned credits, allowing them to fulfill their career goals within the organisation. Job posters can view applicant profiles, profile match percentages and bid values to judge the perfect fit for the role.

Shresth Shrivastav, the ideator behind Talex said, “Working on building a disruptive platform like Talex with young colleagues across the organization is personally gratifying as it addresses a key priority of effective talent management and development at Tech Mahindra.”


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