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Google will shut down Google Hire in 2020

TechCrunch: “Add another one to the Google graveyard. Google has disclosed that it will shut down Google Hire, the job application tracking system it launched just two years ago. Google built Hire in an effort to simplify the hiring process, with a workflow that integrated into Google’s G Suite (Search/Gmail/Calendar/Docs etc.) things like searching for applicants, scheduling interviews and providing feedback about potential hires. It was built mostly for small to medium-sized businesses, with a price that ranged from $200 to $400 a month depending on how many G Suite licenses you needed. Hire came into existence after Google acquired Bebop — a company started by VMware founder Diane Greene — for a reported $380 million in 2015. Greene went on to act as the CEO of Google’s Cloud division, but left the role in early 2019. In an email to customers, Google says:

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…”

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