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A Singapore-based multinational financial services corporation was planning to hire 40 percent more wealth planning managers to support its growing wealth management business. On average, recruiters at the company spent up to 20 percent of their time collecting information and communicating with applicants before interviewing short-listed candidates. With both staffing needs and work complexity increasing, the firm realized it was time to implement new technology.
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