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Greenhouse & FluentIQ Partnership Integration

Greenhouse & FluentIQ Partnership Integration

FluentIQ, an innovative startup out of Christchurch, New Zealand, today announced its partnership integration with Greenhouse, the fastest-growing provider of talent acquisition software.

FluentIQ has developed disruptive technology that enables an assessment of someone’s English language communication abilities in a real-world context. Designed for application in the talent industry, FluentIQ helps individuals stand out from the crowd and avoid bias when applying for jobs. It also helps organizations increase diversity and make low-risk hiring decisions.

“It’s incredible to be able to bring technology like this to the table. Coming from a background in talent sourcing myself, I quickly saw the growing need for such a tool within a corporate solutions suite. I am extremely pleased with our latest partnership with Greenhouse as many of our customers can now easily include our test in key hiring decisions,” says Andy McLeod, Director of Sales at FluentIQ.

With the globalization of the workforce and an ever-expanding access to a diverse talent pool, meaningful ways in which to quickly and accurately assess a candidate's English language communication is becoming paramount to recruiters. The partnership integration with Greenhouse has allowed recruiters to seamlessly incorporate the FluentIQ test into their hiring process.

“Unbiased, accurate, and reliable testing for specific skills can be challenging, especially for language competency. We're excited to be partnering with FluentIQ to provide communication competency testing within our integration ecosystem,” said Dane Hurtubise, VP of Platform and Partnerships at Greenhouse.

FluentIQ has strived to remove many of the barriers which exist within traditional English language tests such as cost and accessibility, allowing for this technology to be a truly global product.


About FluentIQ

With a sophisticated combination of technology and scientifically proven process, the FluentIQ test is true innovation within the English language communication space.

The online, one-hour test assesses the four key competencies of speaking, listening, writing and reading and provides an overall score of combined abilities alongside a compartmentalized breakdown. Employers are quickly able to see where abilities align within a role and acknowledge potential for development within existing teams. The certificate is purely electronic with an embedded video providing a snapshot of the candidate answering questions. Strict security features ensure that the certification cannot be gamed.

To find out more or book in a demonstration of FluentIQ, please visit

About Greenhouse

Based in New York City and San Francisco, Greenhouse Software is the fastest-growing provider of enterprise talent acquisition software. Thousands of the smartest and most successful companies like Cisco Meraki, Time Inc., and Airbnb use Greenhouse's intelligent guidance to design and automate all aspects of hiring throughout their organizations, helping them compete and win for top talent. Greenhouse has won numerous awards including #1 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor, Forbes Cloud 100, and Talent Acquisition FrontRunner leader by Software Advice. To learn more,

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