Kenexa Assess

IBM Kenexa Assess on Cloud Integration

Written by Andrew Rothman on . Posted in Partnerships, PCR Updates

The latest update for PCRecruiter includes integration with IBM Kenexa Assess On Cloud, bringing a broad range of candidate assessments to your selection or development process. Whether you’re gauging job fit, traits, or skills, PCRecruiter and Kenexa Assess can help you find the right people for any level from entry to C-Suite.

Learn how this huge library of behavioral and skills tests integrates with your PCRecruiter system in the video below, and contact AssessmentClientSupport@us.ibm.com to get started. IBM offers further detail on their website at https://www.ibm.com/us-en/marketplace/employee-assessments.

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Comments (10)

  • Todd

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    How’s the pricing schedule?

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  • Silvia

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    I am interested in hearing more about the type of assessments you offer.

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  • Garry

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    Hi Andrew

    Is this available outside the US?

    Regards

    Garry

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    • Andrew Rothman

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      The system does offer multiple languages, and I know we have at least one office in Canada using it now, so I would say “yes.” For specifics about your part of the world I’d recommend contacting IBM directly at the email or website noted above. PCRecruiter doesn’t have any particular restrictions on where it can be used from our end.

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  • Chrissy

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    This is fantastic! We already have a subscription with IBM Kenexa Assess, this integration will save us set up time when our candidates need to take assessment tests. I should contact AssessmentClientSupport@us.ibm.com for integration details?

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    • Andrew Rothman

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      That is correct, Chrissy! Glad we’re able to offer it to you.

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  • Shelly

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    Can this integration be accomplished with Self-Hosted solutions?

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    • Andrew Rothman

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      Yes. It may require some manual file updates on your PCRecruiter server, but it can be used on a self-host setup.

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