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Mojio Implemented Effective Recruiting Solution with iMocha & Greenhouse

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Technical Support Test


Candidates Appeared


Passed & Shortlisted for Interviews


Reports can be viewed in Greenhouse as well as iMocha






USA, Canada, Bulgaria

  • Skills quantification
  • Finding a suitable assessment partner integrated with Greenhousecs
  • Higher time spent on interviewing unqualified candidates
  • 1-Click integration with Greenhouse
  • Remote assessments with image proctoring
  • Skills wise comparative reports
  • Advanced analytics

About Mojio

Mojio is the technological backbone for the rapidly growing connected car industry. Mojio isn’t just connecting cars to the internet, but enabling a new automotive ecosystem, bringing together players of all shapes, sizes, and forms. Mojio is the key to connecting them all. Founded in 2012, Mojio is on a mission to give every vehicle a voice. Mojio’s platform delivers a smarter, safer, and more convenient driving and vehicle ownership experience to subscribers of major network operators, including Deutsche Telekom, Rogers Communications, T-Mobile, and TELUS.

“Our aggressive hiring needs required a faster process that quantifies candidate’s skills effectively so that hiring managers only spend time with relevant candidates. iMocha provided us with the perfect assessment solution and their 1-Click integration with Greenhouse was the icing on the cake.”

Kay Lynn Gabaldon,
Head of People & Talent Operations, Mojio

The Challenge

Mojio was experiencing rapid growth and needed to hire aggressively. They wanted to extensively hire for Technical support role and realized their existing recruitment process was unable to cope with the headcount needs. Mojio relied largely on personal and telephonic interviews to filter candidates. These traditional assessment methods could not quantify skills effectively which resulted in Hiring Managers wasting time on irrelevant candidates.

Mojio being a tech-driven company wanted to automate their recruitment process. They were searching for a quality assessment partner already integrated with Greenhouse, which was their ATS (Application Tracking System) partner.

The Solution

With the need to hire quality candidates, they needed an assessment platform that could streamline their process. When evaluated, iMocha exceeded their expectations and what clinched the deal was the seamless 1-Click integration with Greenhouse. Beyond the flexibility to work entirely from the Greenhouse workflow, recruiters could conduct remote assessments and access assessment reports which helped make better hiring decisions.

Skills assessment customization provided the much-needed edge to their recruiting process. They created the test with a combination of their own questions and iMocha questions. The customizable workflow in Greenhouse further provided greater transparency to the recruitment process and saved a lot of time.

The Result

With rich pools of talent growing by the day, Mojio can now shift focus to their long-term hiring strategy. With iMocha, Mojio has managed to completely automate its hiring process. iMocha’s integration with Greenhouse allowed Mojio to send assessment invites and view reports from either of the platforms. Their time to hire has reduced and the process is a lot smoother than before.

iMocha and Greenhouse Partnership

In April 2018, iMocha and Greenhouse formed a formidable partnership to deliver iMocha’s assessments through Greenhouse’s Applicant Tracking System to streamline the recruitment process for recruiters and hiring managers.

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