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JANZZ.technology in the media.

The media has reported regularly, for example, on the concept that underlies JANZZ.jobs, the revolutionary approach and the impact on the labor and skills market. In the following, you will find reports on JANZZ.jobs and JANZZ.technology that have appeared in the media since the launch in 2011.

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A technological tool will bring SNPP course graduates and job opportunities together

This morning, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security (Ministerio de Trabajo, Empleo y Seguridad Social (MTESS)) developed in the auditorium of the National Service for Professional Promotion (Servicio Nacional de Promoción Profesional SNPP), the Seminar of Platforms for Insertion Programs, led by Diego Rico, coordinator of the technological platform JANZZ.Jobs, which will be soon implemented by MTESS and whose function is to bring people, companies and jobs together with skills, competencies and experience which exactly meet the employment requirements.  » Read more about: A technological tool will bring SNPP course graduates and job opportunities together  »

Feature software that will make it easier to find the right job

The Artificial Intelligence software developed by JANZZ, was presented this Wednesday and will respond to the current labor demand, shortening the time to obtain a position in a company.
The conclusions reached by JANZZ.technology highlight the acceleration of the times when citizens can get a job within six working days. The calculations were developed on the basis of 1,000, 2,000 and 3,000 curricula.
The technological and consulting company is dedicated to the semantic matching of skills and employment,  » Read more about: Feature software that will make it easier to find the right job  »

Easy-to-use technology to facilitate access to employment…

…Increases opportunities for good employment, especially for the most vulnerable sectors, using the most advanced technology in the region. In the vast world of technology applied to job search, Paraguay stands out because it will soon be launching a program based on Artificial Intelligence, capable of matching profiles of job seekers with companies that are requiring them.

Different to other programs, however, “JANZZon!” is a software that learns more about the jobs and skills required,  » Read more about: Easy-to-use technology to facilitate access to employment…  »

JANZZ.technology is developing the first digital public employment platform in South America

JANZZ.technology has landed a contract for the first digital public employment platform in South America with Paraguay.
The InterAmerican Development Bank (IBD), collaborating with the local government, is bringing its recruitment process in Paraguay into the Digital Age with the help of JANZZ.technology.
According to the minister of labor, Mr. Guillermo Sosa, this software will bring transparency and efficiency to the recruitment processes, in which a job seeker can now drop his paper CV and instead access the system to create a digital profile.  » Read more about: JANZZ.technology is developing the first digital public employment platform in South America  »

Paraguay’s Ministry of Labor will use JANZZ’s web platform for improved placement of job seekers

The Ministry of Labor of the Republic of Paraguay has selected the JANZZ.technology platform ParaEmpleo.gov.com.py financed by the Inter-American Development Bank to improve labor intermediation in Paraguay, using state of the art matching technology based on the best occupational ontology available in the world.
The Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security (MTESS) of the Republic of Paraguay and JANZZ.technology, headquartered in Switzerland, signed the collaboration agreement concerning the Paraguayan labor market. Thanks to this arrangement,  » Read more about: Paraguay’s Ministry of Labor will use JANZZ’s web platform for improved placement of job seekers  »