Sigma Polaris

Championing True Diversity through Meritocracy


“Sigma Polaris’ AI allows us to refine our process to effectively find the best candidates faster and easily match applicants
to the right roles in our company.”
Peter Anstey – Co-Founder _nology

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The AI-engine ALEX generates candidate-profiles and shortlists the most suitable candidates for a given vacancy. This is done through next-gen online assessments, taking candidates on average 38 minutes. The assessments focus on both Soft and Hard skills, because both are crucial for good candidate-vacancy fit. ALEX helps recruiters and HR-managers find the most suitable candidates through Meritocracy, enabling them to achieve True Diversity and a company culture to be proud of. As Unilever says, “Resumes are out. Algorithms are in”.

The problem

Manual CV-assessment and shortlisting:

Time consuming & expensive

Often doesn’t find the right candidate

Hinders diversity through explicit or implicit bias

The solution

Automated AI-assessment and shortlisting:

Automation cuts people hours

AI-precision matches better candidates

AI-automation is immune to bias*

(*With appropriate choice of input data)

ALEX – The AI

48% of candidates called to interview with the help of ALEX have received an offer.**

The industry average is between 10-15%. (**Data as of 1st of March 2019.)

Generate quantitative Candidate Profiles through online assessments

Generate Vacancy Profiles through company and vacancy analysis

Match the most suitable candidates to your vacancies

Candidate Profiles from General Assessment

The Clever Stuff

Soft Skills

Work Preferences:

Team vs. solo

Ideation vs. Implementation

Risk Taking vs. Averseness

Four Actual Candidate Profiles

Hard Skills

General Competencies in:

Arithmetic Reasoning

Critical Verbal Reasoning

Problem Solving

Eye for Detail

The development of this step-change AI-assessment process has only been possible through the dedication and input from leading global experts in their fields.

We give special thanks to University of Copenhagen, University of Bath,
and University of Bristol.