March 8, 2016


PeerPilot has a wide range of uses and can support external or internal assessments as well as innovative projects. The dynamic platform will allow each team member to contribute in his or her own time and independent of location. Interaction with PeerPilot is simple and does not require any technology adoption. You will be guided through the entire process by PeerPilot’s service team.

Easy Integration

It is easy to integrate PeerPilot into your recruitment process. PeerPilot can be deployed as the first step in the screening phase or after an initial screening for formal requirements.

As a SaaS platform, it requires no technology adoption, and data is exchanged via standard data formats. APIs can be developed to our open data exchange interfaces.

For recruiters, using PeerPilot involves three activities:

  1. Developing the business case or selecting one of our cases
  2. Inviting the candidates
  3. Analyzing candidate results

The candidate journey is completely self-driven and can be monitored in real-time. The process is fully supported by PeerPilot so nothing is required from you during the process.

The process can be executed in a couple of hours or over the course of three to four days depending on the case. The important thing is to allow sufficient time for solution development. Whether there are hundreds of candidates or just a few, recruiters will benefit from an efficient assessment process, in-depth insights into each candidate’s performance, and creative solutions to their business cases.

Business case development

Whether you decide to develop your own business case—potentially based on an actual business challenge—or decide to select one of our existing business cases, PeerPilot will guide you through the entire process. The business case is the foundation for the assessment and the single custom element that defines it. The adaptable nature of PeerPilot means the possibilities for the roles and industries in which it can be deployed are endless. Documents, presentations, videos, etc. can also be shared with the candidates on PeerPilot in order to more effectively prepare them for the upcoming assessment process—which means the technical level of the case can be as complex as is necessary.