Wexford software firm Sonru opens French office
Sonru, the Wexford company behind online video software for job interviews, has opened an office in Paris to target French employers.
Established in 2010 by Edward Hendrick, Sonru has overseas offices in London and Singapore. The company employs 60 people and clients include Volvo, Nestlé, eBay, Schroders and Oracle.
Hendrick said the company’s asynchronous video selection technology could “effectively replace first-round interviews” for employers on large-scale recruitment drives.
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