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HR

Technology to put the Human back into HR

Chatbots solve some of most pressing challenges in HR: save time, do more with less, and improve employee experience.
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The challenges you face

Overworked, understaffed, struggling to reach SLAs... sound familiar? You are not alone.

Human resource teams around the world are using our chatbot technology to overcome these significant challenges, and free up staff time.

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Understaffed and overworked

HR is often the last department to grow. Budget is funnelled into revenue-generating departments and HR left behind, resulting in an understaffed team pushed to their limits.

Unattainable SLAs

Many HR departments fail to reach and maintain SLAs. All tasks are affected by the lack of resources, from front-line help to recruitment, and more strategic roles.

Automate responses to HR enquiries

Before ubisend, our clients, on average, saw 40% of HR reps' time spent answering repetitive questions. Their frontline HR chatbot now takes care of those (and then some), giving their team time to focus on tasks that matter.
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Bolster your recruitment experience

The application process is a key touchpoint with your business. A recruitment chatbot answers questions, captures relevant information, and drives candidates down the right path.
Let your company culture transpire and offer an enhanced experience to applicants, while saving time.
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Key features & benefits

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Working with Google and Archant

In January 2017, Google partnered with Archant and ubisend to turn over 150 years of newspaper archives into a conversational chatbot.

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"It's been great to work with ubisend, it is clear that they are a driven and determined team of professionals who provided us with the top quality solution we needed where initially the end product was far from clear."

Chris Amos, project manager at Archant Limited