A skills intelligence engine to solve all your skills-centric challenges
Award-winning “NLP” & “ANN” algorithms
Boostrs’ skills intelligence engine is based on its ontology leveraged by our state-of-the-art natural language processing (NLP) and artificial neural network (ANN) algorithms developed by an A-team of PhD in data science.
Free text & unstructured data
Boostrs’ multilingual solutions are capable of analyzing and structuring any type of data (unstructured, free-text…), from any document format (docx, pdf…). We can extract skills from training content, job offers or CVs.
A unique and sustainable approach for long term projects
Global & sustainable
As your clients’ users are located around the world, building your projects on top of a multilingual and dynamic jobs and skills ontology is essential. Benefit from our 110 languages catalog and the automatic integration of HR market trends like impact of automation or remote work potential.
Forward-looking & user-centric
The skill-centric approach matches the new HR standards.
Skills are the new gold standard to assess the potential of each individual professionally and help them thrive in their career.
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Learning, recruitment, internal mobility, all these HR processes
are linked by a common element : skills
To address these topics in an optimal way, relying on a jobs and skills
ontology is paramount. This system describes key HR objects such as
jobs, skills, courses or user profiles, and allows to link them together,
using skills as a common denominator.
Powered up with matching and multilingual semantic analysis algorithms,
you then get access to an intelligent system which can create individualized
career and training paths.
MULTIPLE DATA SOURCES FOR GREATER RELEVANCE
We consolidate and analyze jobs and skills data from many sources
From globally recognized repositories
ESCO, O*Net, ROME, World Economic Forum, ILO…
From Industry repositories from several sectors
Public administration, pharmaceutical industry, transport, digital…
Job trend data
From academic research and a meta-analysis of employment websites.
European Classification of Skills/Competences, Qualifications and Occupations (ESCO) is an initiative Europe 2020 of the European Commission.
O*NET is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, and developed by the National Center for O*NET Development.