Modern Hire Acquires Sonru

Modern Hire

Modern Hire, a Delafield, WI-based enterprise hiring platform that enables organizations to continuously improve hiring experiences and outcomes with trusted science and technology, acquired Sonru, an Ireland-based provider of automated video interviewing technology.

The amount of the deal was not disclosed.

The combined organization offers a comprehensive enterprise hiring technology product suite in the global marketplace, extending the team, reach and expertise, and providing enhanced value to Sonru’s clients.

Led by Ed Hendrick, founder and CEO, Sonru is a talent acquisition technology leader within the EMEA and APAC regions. Its video interviewing solution aims to maximize the candidate experience and enable recruiters to replicate a live interview by replacing early-stage phone, Skype or face-to-face interviews. Customers come from a wide variety of industry, including several Fortune Global 500 companies such as DHL, Nestlé, Qatar Airways, Rolls-Royce, UBS and Westpac.

Led by Brian Stern, President, Modern Hire is an enterprise hiring platform that enables organizations to continuously improve hiring results through more personalized, data-driven experiences for candidates, recruiters, and hiring managers. The system combines AI, predictive analytics, workflow automation, assessment, and interviewing technology in a single SaaS solution that integrates with leading HCM systems. The company’s SaaS hiring platform supports interviewing technology, pre-hire assessments, workflow automation, AI capabilities and predictive analytics. These solutions work together to enable organizations to continuously improve hiring results for more than 300 industry-leading enterprises, including Amazon, Capital One, CVS Health, FedEx, Humana, Procter & Gamble, Siemens and Walmart.

Incorporating Sonru into the Modern Hire brand expands Modern Hire’s client-facing presence to include offices and staff in Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, to serve most major regions and time zones around the world.



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