Add another to Google Graveyard.
Google has announced that Google Hire, the job application tracking system launched two years ago, is closing down the hiring process with a workflow that includes things like finding candidates, scheduling job interviews, and providing feedback on potential job searches Settings in Google's G Suite (Search / Gmail / Calendar / Documents, etc.) integrates mid-sized businesses with prices ranging from $ 200 to $ 400 per month, depending on how many licenses you need for the G Suite.
A $ 380 lease was signed with the acquisition of Bebop by Google, a company founded by VMWare founder Diane Greene. Greene continued to serve as CEO of the Google Cloud business, but resigned in early 201
In an e-mail to customers, Google writes:
While Hire was successful, we focus on the essentials of our resou on other products in the Google Cloud portfolio. We are deeply grateful to our customers and to the champions and advocates who have joined us and supported us in this.
On the positive side, it does not immediately get the ax . You can even use it for a whole year. Google states that the system will shut down on September 1, 2020. Just do not expect new features to be added.
Google also notes that payment for the product should be discontinued in the meantime Frequently asked questions about support where customers do not see any additional fees for Google Hire after their next billing cycle.