We built a natural language processing engine that analyzes listings and puts the important technical information up front and enables our matching engine.
Our matching engine and search system introduces candidates that have the right skills with compatible opportunities at your organization. It's like having a dedicated domain expert working 24/7 to find technical professionals with skills your company needs at a fraction of the cost.
StackPair integrates directly with your ATS and existing flow. We save you time by syncing active opportunities from your existing workflow. There is no manual work required to publish your opportunities on StackPair. When you add new opportunities to your existing ATS account we'll automatically sync them, then present them to our community of technical professionals.
Do you prefer to manage your listings through StackPair instead of syncing from another source? Our system is streamlined for easy listing publishing.
It benefits both our community of technology professionals and hiring companies to allow unlimited listings, so that's what we're offering.
We opted to design StackPair so that listings do not automatically expire after a certain length of time. Your listings stay live on StackPair for as long as you are hiring and subscribed. We verify opportunities are still available through your ATS integration or site to ensure our community of technical professionals are matched with active opportunities.
Our matching engine is purely focused on pairing opportunities with the most qualified candidates. Your listings on StackPair will show up an unlimited number of times on user searches and match results.
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Hi, I'm Luke and I build StackPair. I've been coding and building things for almost 19 years now. Throughout my career it's always bugged me that job boards weren't doing more to make it easier to find good matches using the stack I wanted to. I launched StackPair in July 2016 to help improve that, and hope it helps make scaling your business enjoyable.Luke Heuer Luke@StackPair.com linkedin.com/in/lukeheuer