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Interview Mocha today announced the launch of LogicBox, an innovative question type to assess a candidate’s logical and problem-solving skills with an Artificial Intelligence-based pseudo coding platform.

Today, to assess a programmer, there are only 2 options: Coding Compilers & Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

Major challenges that companies face with these methods is guesswork within MCQs and lack of compilers for Salesforce, AWS, Azure, IBM Watson, SAP, making it very difficult to accurately assess the programmers’ skills.

“To specifically address these pain points, we came up with LogicBox to ensure companies are able to assess a candidate’s approach to a problem. Instead of writing the entire code from scratch, they can write code snippets that are missing from the script. LogicBox enables candidates to concentrate on the logic and save a significant amount of time and effort. It also simplifies the Hiring Manager’s task and helps them shortlist only talented candidates,” said Sujit Karpe, CTO Interview Mocha

The AI based platform of LogicBox leverages the concept of Machine Learning, called Keyword Matching, and feeds the keywords of correct answers into the system. Every time candidates answer these questions, the system uses an algorithm to find those specific keywords within the answers. The programme is able to intelligently evaluate the answers on its own. The answer set is further enriched when the machine checks candidates’ answers and gets relevant keywords repetitively.

Interview Mocha aims to create the world’s largest and latest, quality skills assessment repository to help enterprises hire job-fit candidates faster. The innovation of LogicBox gets the company a step closer to achieving its Vision.

About Interview Mocha:
Interview Mocha, a leading skill assessment platform, helps organizations hire job-fit candidates faster. With a comprehensive skill library covering 1000+ skills, Mocha empowers hiring managers to thoroughly screen candidates to identify their skills proficiency, saving countless hours and closing the hiring cycle 4x faster. Top brands like Gartner, ADP, Capgemini, Avaya trust Interview Mocha to meet their candidate skill assessment needs and expedite their recruitment process.

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