Edari One uses our platform to deliver HR data portability and savings for their recruiting clients and candidates.
Edari are a major end-to-end provider of outsourced HR services across the UAE.
They believe in empowering human capital to unlock the potential of industry – which means having continuing relationships with the candidates they recruit for their clients and being a stakeholder in their development and growth to provide benefit across their chosen industry.
Edari were searching for a way for their candidates to have portability of their data and documents across the different organisations they recruit for. Many of these documents are sensitive (e.g. visa documentation), so they required a platform which allowed them to focus on business logic, rather than the underlying personal data infrastructure.
"Not only is it private, secure and within our candidates’ control, but the fact that we only need to query it rather than store the data ourselves – is a bonus"
Edari uses Dataswift Personal Data Accounts for their candidate portal, so that candidates can store their documents and data, give permissions on what data and which document to share with organisations as and when they want to, and to have a track record of their own personal development in one place and in their full control.
Candidates submit their CV via an app, and hiring organisations can then view the candidate details via another app. Using their own product server, Edari produce analytics from CV content and push that back out to the PDA, which allows organisations to view a candidate's information.
Edari’s product server also enriches other enterprise systems for Edari to share insights and knowledge.
The EdariOne team explain how not only is Dataswift the perfect solution for their projects, but it frees up time to concentrate on what matters - customer service.
“The PDA is ideal for our purposes. We love that not only is it private, secure and within our candidates’ control, but the fact that we only need to query it rather than store the data ourselves –while always having access to it when needed (because candidates have given us permission to) – is a bonus. We can focus on making our service better instead of fretting about the personal data infrastructure we had to build.”