Firm’s technology helps companies zero in on the cream of the crop when it comes time for them to hire new talent.
Toronto startup firm cream.hr has won the first ever Power Up Sales Challenge held by local accelerator Multiplicity.
The company, founded in January this year, uses a proprietary algorithmto show which employees at a firm are the top performers. Co-founderCaitlin MacGregor said the tool can help employers improve theirsuccess rate in hiring top talent from 15 per cent to 85 per cent.
As the overall winner, cream.hr receives a prize package worth $35,000including ad space, a promotional video, a market study, transportationservices, passes to the DX3 Canada conference, legal services, taxcredit consulting, and mentoring.
MADE Clothing won second place for its iPad app-driven custom men’sclothing business. Third spot was taken by Kira, which pitched aplatform that “brings the real-life interview online,” according to aMultiplicity news release.
Multiplicity is a downtown Toronto business accelerator launched about18 months ago for early stage tech firms focused on software, Internetand digital media.