Paradox, the conversational recruiting software helping global brands like Unilever and McDonald’s simplify hiring through automation with a human touch, announced today the acquisition of Traitify — the world’s fastest, mobile-first assessment platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Our goal has always been to build a software company that solves real problems for our clients,” said Paradox founder and CEO, Aaron Matos. “I’m so proud of the work we’ve done to get to this point and thrilled to add Traitify to the team. They share our passion for recruiting and our philosophy that software should make things simpler, faster, and easier — not add more work.”
“We’re incredibly excited to join the Paradox team who share our passion for putting people front and center in the recruiting process. We’ve already seen tremendous success together, and this acquisition positions us to build the best experiences for candidates and talent acquisition teams across the globe,” said Dan Sines, CEO & Co-Founder of Traitify.
Traitify was built to be fast, visual, and mobile-first — increasing assessment completion rates to more than 96%. On average, candidates can finish Traitify’s visual-based assessment in less than two minutes, generating insight on their own personality and helping employers better predict the candidate’s suitability for the role.
Announcement: Paradox Acquires Traitify for Visual Assessments