By: E&P Staff
VisualCV Inc. in Reston, Va., announced this week that washingtonpost.com has signed a deal to incorporate the Powered by VisualCV private-label platform in its advertiser offer.
VisualCV turns resumes into a media-rich career- and business-development tools for individuals and organizations. It allows organizations to stand out in the contest to attract the best candidates and build reputations as employers by showcasing particular attributes.
Companies use VisualCV “to put their brand in front of the best professionals online,” VisualCV CEO Inc. Clint Heiden said in a statement. “A candidate VisualCV will even replace the first interview in some cases, saving time and resources.” Heiden added that VisualCV also can be used to track professionals’ careers and reach passive candidates.
Powered by VisualCV is available via annual license under a software-as-a-service relationship that provides a faster route to market with no IT overhead.
VisualCV Inc. offers free VisualCV creation at www.VisualCV.com. The company has received investments from executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles and from Valhalla Partners. Since its February launch, VisualCV has been adopted by the Association of Executive Search Consultants.