It appears Google is including one more string to its already very packed bow. The corporate has quietly launched a new job promoting service that manages applications for recruiters. The platform has been named “Google Rent,” naturally.
It seems that the service was developed by Bebop, the startup created by VMware co-founder and former chief govt Diane Greene that Google acquired for $380.2 million in 2015. On the time, Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote: “We predict this may assist many extra companies discover nice applications, and reap the advantages of cloud computing,”
There have been no official bulletins about Google Rent from both firm as of this time. The Bebop web site is presently promoting a small variety of positions on the rent.withgoogle.com area, which is the place you may check in for the Google Rent service.
There isn’t a lot data on the web site, although Axios.com, which first reported on Google’s new service, notes that it “lets employers put up job listings, then settle for and handle applications.” The location compares it to rival companies like Greenhouse and Lever.
There are already a variety of tech firms utilizing or testing Google Rent, together with Medisas, Poynt, DramaFever, SingleHop, and CoreOS. Proper now, it doesn’t seem attainable to create an account from the house web page, so it might solely be accessible to pick prospects.
Google Rent is the most recent effort to return from Google’s enterprise and cloud division, which is led by Greene. It’ll be fascinating to see if the service can develop to the purpose the place it challenges the likes of LinkedIn, and assist justify the massive sum Google paid for Bebop.