With an aim to expand its reach to the HR tech community, RChilli, the trusted partner for parsing, matching, and data enrichment, joined Rapid API marketplace last year. Within one year of its presence on the platform, RChilli's APIs are now being used by many developers across the globe.
RChilli is offering its best-in-class APIs to the developer community of Rapid API. These APIs include Resume Parser, JD Parser, Taxonomy, Search & Match Engine, Resume Redactor, Resume Templater, NER Tagger, Document Converter, One to One Match, and Contact Extractor.
Talking about this success, Paramdeep Singh-Head of Marketing, RChilli, said, “We want our APIs to be more accessible to the developers so that they can offer a remarkable experience to their end-users. Within one year, we have seen that many developers on RapidAPI platform are using our APIs to add additional functionality to their applications. We are happy that we are able to simplify their experience with our APIs. We aim to add more product enhancements and keep serving the developer community with fast and reliable APIs.”
The company is also exploring other marketplaces so that more developers can experience the ease of using its APIs.
About Rapid API
RapidAPI is the world’s largest API Marketplace — used by over one million developers to discover and connect to thousands of APIs. Using RapidAPI, developers can search and test the APIs, subscribe, and connect to the APIs with a single account, single API key, and single SDK.
RChilli is the trusted partner for parsing, matching, and data enrichment, providing companies, in 50+ countries, with solutions built for the future of technology and recruiting. RChilli’s innovative products, backed by an industry-leading tech stack, power the processing of 4.1 billion+ docs a year for 1600+ top global recruiting platforms. Enabling companies to hire better talent faster since 2010, RChilli is ISO 27001:2013 and SOC 2 Type II certified and GDPR compliant. RChilli also has its multilingual resume parsing app available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace and Salesforce AppExchange.
Source: RChilli at Rapid API