According to the report, Google will close down its job application tracking system Google Hire that was propelled only two years back and till then there will be no updates for this application.
“While Hire has been successful, we’re focusing our resources on other products in the Google Cloud portfolio. We are deeply grateful to our customers, as well as the champions and advocates who have joined and supported us along the way,” Google said in a statement.
The Google Hire point was to rearrange the hiring procedure, with a work process that incorporated things like looking for candidates and scheduling interviews into Google’s G Suite contributions like Search, Gmail, Calendar, and Docs.
This apparatus was an item being developed at Bebop, a startup Google gained for $380 million in 2015. Its organiser and CEO, Diane Greene, helped Google fabricate this item. She later joined the Alphabet board in early this year, and left the seat in June.
Google likewise additionally included that it will enable clients to keep utilising it at no extra cost if their agreement lapses before that date. Further, Google will never again charge clients for standard use after their next bill. The tech mammoth vows to keep the service running easily until its last day, however it will never again reveal any new features throughout the following year.
The rundown of items Google has put to rest becomes ever more. In the course of recent months, the tech mammoth has killed Google+, Inbox, Allo and Jump VR stage.
Clients can even now continue utilising Google Hire for one more year and the service will shut down on September 1, 2020.