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Microsoft AI Helps Leading Naukrigulf.com Attract More Jobseekers, Employers

Technology Inceptions

The implementation of Microsoft AI has helped Naukrigulf.com, a leading jobsite for Middle East market reach more job seekers. The content has been made multi-lingual with the help of Microsoft's Arabic language translator thus eliminating the language barrier that existed amongst the job seekers and employers. 
The AI and data powered translator has opened countless doors for job seekers to search for the right prospects. On the other hand, it has given companies access to a larger pool of talent that was earlier not visible to them. The deployment is providing a quick turnaround at a lesser cost, and leading to a substantially enhanced consumer base for Naukrigulf.com.
Microsoft is relentlessly working towards making technology accessible and productive for all, irrespective of the language they may speak or read. This is one of the examples of Microsoft’s efforts on local language computing and using the power of AI to improve the lives of people around the world, according to Rajesh Rege, Country GM & India Lead-Clouds, Solution and Customer Success, Microsoft India.

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