Clustree is targeted toward large companies with a substantial employee base in order for optimal performance. Using the software, HR can look within their own company first to find a targeted match for a new position based on the Clustree Algorithm. They hope to help companies retain top talent by matching current employees to new positions as they are opened. Companies using it might also get a boost when it comes to bringing in new talent as applicants will realize the company is all about promoting growth from within, which is a huge deciding factor for candidates contemplating a job offer. Clustree might also help companies in a hiring freeze that still need to fill vital roles. By looking internally, Clustree can help a company shift talent around into matching roles rather than hire new employees.
Although they are starting with a B2B model, plans for a B2C expansion may be in the works according to Soissan. “For now, Clustree is disrupting talent management. Because it is where the biggest issues are: budget are falling, and large companies need to retain and develop their talent. They are not pushing transversalities between jobs because they don’t know which are working. But a b2c project will come just after: give to companies the opportunity to offer to their candidates the same approach, find a job taking in account their potential and not their skills.”
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