Salil Pande, Founder and CEO
The anxiety of drafting a college graduate’s first resume and preparing for an interview is something everyone can relate to. The amount of preparation required to beat the competition and get a job is immense, especially in today’s hyperconnected world. And considering the pace at which the current labor market is expanding, organizations seem to have access to a resource pool of limitless potential with regard to recruitment. The objective for education professionals in the modern age has become clear: leverage the latest in technological innovation to help students achieve all their career goals. Thus, several companies across the globe have been developing incredibly sophisticated EdTech solutions that are built to support universities, and even large corporations, in providing individuals with the necessary insight to cut through the competition. One enterprise in particular— Vmock—is leading the charge in the space with its highly-intuitive career acceleration platform.
Established over a decade ago, VMock has developed a powerful artificial intelligence-based product that guides individuals toward highly-desired results in their career journeys. “Our VMock career acceleration platform democratizes career readiness for every student and career professional,” expresses Salil Pande, founder and CEO of VMock. Having infused the vast capabilities of AI with the similarly exhaustive education experience of its management and staff, the company offers a cost-effective and easy-to-use platform that, according to the founder, empowers candidates to place their best foot forward with a thoroughly prepared career launch. “Career readiness is becoming increasingly important for a candidate,” states Pande.
VMock approaches its clients with an aim to identify what career they wish to pursue, their level of skill in the subjects related to the field, and how well their resume represents them. “We also look into a candidate’s LinkedIn profile and assess their knowledge by checking if they can present a two-minute story about themselves through a strong elevator pitch,” adds Pande.
VMock’s career acceleration platform democratizes career readiness for every student and career professional
Following these initial steps, the company’s proprietary AI uses all the information it has gathered to produce benchmarks and statistics that drive candidates in the direction of their objectives. And the platform is operational 24/7, granting users continuous access and support in their goal-setting functions.
In the context of resume building, VMock’s technology helps candidates perfectly articulate all their experiences and traits in an appealing/engaging manner. The AI provides users with crucial iterative feedback after benchmarking their skills and presentation styles. Upon throwing machine learning capabilities into the mix, VMock motivates its clients to help them present their best version in a resume or interview.
To best elucidate the platform’s competencies, Pande shares the story of a university student who sought a career in brand management; and unfortunately, she failed to attract any recruiters. After utilizing VMock’s Career Fit solution, however, significant developments were observed. “The student went through the AI’s analysis, and it showcased that her alignment was more in favor of digital marketing than brand management,” says Pande. The platform also depicted what she lacked with respect to the expectations of recruiters in the field. By implementing the changes provided by VMock’s platform’s personlized suggestions, the student revised her resume to reflect her competencies as a digital marketing professional. She was duly supported by VMock’s platform and, in less than a month, received offer letters from several companies.
With such robust features in a platform fueled by AI, universities can assure their students a healthy opportunity to rise above the rest in their career journeys. Moving forward, VMock intends to build its already impressive portfolio with newer applications to provide users with a more holistic experience. “We wish to work with large consortiums and education communities to make our platform more accessible to help make a broader impact,” concludes Pande.