Enterprise recruitment solution platform, impress.ai, recently received accreditation from the Infocomm Media Development Authority under the Accreditation@SG:D programme. IMDA’s accreditation is awarded to promising and innovative Singapore-based infocomm media (ICM) product companies with a potential for high growth. Through this programme, accredited companies are positioned as qualified contenders to government and large enterprise buyers.
The accreditation affirms impress.ai’s enterprise-readiness and ability to deliver a scalable, easy-to-use solution for recruiters. Procurement processes of impress.ai’s SOC 2 compliant platform will now be expedited – current clients are able to renew their contracts more efficiently whereas potential clients can be assured in adopting a robust digital solution that is vetted and approved by a statutory board.
Speaking on behalf of the company, Sudhanshu Ahuja, Co-founder and CEO of impress.ai said, “IMDA has strongly supported the growth and created opportunities for homegrown companies such as impress.ai since its inception. We are honoured and grateful to have been accorded this status as part of IMDA’s programme. Being accredited is testament to the hard work that our team has put in over the last four years and recognises us as a company that has the capabilities to provide quality service for reputable institutions in Singapore. We hope to build on this as we scale our client base and to further our goal of encouraging fairer hiring practices within the recruitment industry.”
“impress.ai has proven that it can address multiple existing pain points in recruitment processes and are helping large enterprises to hire at scale with an AI-powered candidate screening and interview platform. We welcome impress.ai as the latest addition to our Accreditation@SGD programme, and look forward to them transforming the recruitment space as we know it today,” said Edwin Low, Director, Innovation & Tech Ecosystem of IMDA.
The Accreditation@SGD programme was launched in 2014 to accelerate the growth of local-based tech companies in Singapore. The programme aims to help these companies win contracts with government agencies and large enterprises throughout Singapore. More than 60 organisations have been accredited, while creating more than S$650M in the project pipeline for these companies.