On-Demand Webinar: Accelerating the use of tech and automation in hiring

HireVue Webinars

Major platform updates from HireVue

HireVue has a number of exciting platform announcements to support innovation in the hiring process.

According to a recent study by McKinsey, 85% of businesses have accelerated the implementation of technologies to digitally enable employee interaction and collaboration. And 67% of companies have accelerated their use of automation and AI.

How is your business adapting to digital solutions?

The majority of people under 50 prefer to communicate by text, as opposed to long form communication like email. HireVue has recently acquired AllyO to provide end-to-end candidate communication and recruitment automation by adding text and chatbot capabilities to the platform.

Join us for our upcoming webinar where Loren Larsen, HireVue’s CTO will discuss:

  • Why virtual hiring is crucial for every organization to maintain business continuity – and how successful companies are doing it today
  • How to leverage HireVue to find the best candidates faster and hire them at scale
  • HireVue’s latest product innovations and features
    • HireVue, with the acquisition of AllyO, provides personalized 24×7 candidate engagement through chat, mobile text and automated workflows that speed hiring, unlock recruiter productivity, and create better overall experiences for recruiters, candidates & hiring teams
    • HireVue Interviews for Teams makes hiring decisions faster, right inside of Microsoft Teams with hiring intelligence and support for 1:1 or group interviews.
  • A live Q&A session with HireVue CTO


Loren Larsen, CTO at HireVue

As Chief Technology Officer, Loren Larsen is responsible for guiding HireVue’s product direction through the product management, user experience, and engineering teams. Larsen is an award-winning technology veteran with more than 20 years of engineering and research experience. Prior to joining HireVue, Larsen led the development of innovative mobile device applications and video relay services for the deaf as director of Engineering and Mobile Products at Sorenson Communications. Earlier in his career, he served as Vice President of Engineering at Move Networks – where he was responsible for development of the move online HD video player, which was deployed to over 50 million users – and as Chief Software Architect at World Wide Packets where he architected carrier-grade ethernet platforms.

Larsen was previously co-founder and board member for Pepun.com, which enables independent filmmakers to market and monetize their films online. He has earned both a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Clemson University and the University of Utah, respectively.