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Since 2004, ClearCompany has empowered thousands of companies to attract, screen, and hire better talent, engage their team, and use strategic insights to keep their recruiting competitive.The ClearCompany Talent Management Platfo...Read more

4.39 (284 reviews)

80 recommendations


Paycor creates Human Capital Management (HCM) software for leaders who want to make a difference. Our HCM platform modernizes every aspect of people management, from the way you recruit, onboard and develop people, to the way you ...Read more

4.36 (2127 reviews)

69 recommendations

iCIMS Talent Cloud

Support the entire candidate experience from start to finish with a unified recruitment platform. iCIMS offers best-in-class recruiting products for your hiring life cycle, available as part of one unified talent cloud platform, o...Read more

4.28 (788 reviews)

5 recommendations



The eSkill Talent Assessment Platform includes pre-employment tests and behavioral assessments that HR managers can use to evaluate JobFit in applicants so they can make hiring decisions with confidence and decrease attrition. eSk...Read more

4.51 (166 reviews)

2 recommendations


TestGorilla is a human resource (HR) management software designed to help businesses improve hiring processes by conducting pre-employment tests for potential candidates. Professionals can create personalized assessments by adding...Read more

4.26 (160 reviews)

2 recommendations

Talos ATS

Talos is a cloud-based applicant tracking system that helps businesses invite candidates, manage interviews and onboard employees. Talos is ideal for SMEs & enterprise businesses....Read more

4.58 (65 reviews)

1 recommendations


CodeSignal helps organizations manage technical hiring processes via evaluation, coding tests, virtual interviews and more. The platform comes with customizable assessments, which enables recruiters to create job-specific tests us...Read more

4.64 (44 reviews)

1 recommendations



Fountain is a cloud-based human resource (HR) management solution which helps businesses automate and manage recruitment operations of hourly workers. Fountain offers enterprise level applicant tracking system (ATS) features ...Read more

4.66 (35 reviews)

1 recommendations


Google Workspace

Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) is a cloud-based suite of collaboration and document management tools designed to help businesses manage video meetings, presentations, multi-person video calls and live streaming. Key features ...Read more



ZipRecruiter is a Web-based platform that helps streamline the overall hiring process. It enables organizations to post jobs to hundreds of job boards with one click, and users can manage all applicants through a user-friendly onl...Read more


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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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Indeed for employers is a cloud-based hiring solution, which helps small to large enterprises post job vacancies and acquire qualified candidates. Features include messaging, interview scheduling, user management, role-based permi...Read more



Breezy is a recruiting platform for small and midsize businesses. The solution provides functionality for applicant sourcing and tracking, resume parsing, and video interviews and more. The application is cloud-based and feat...Read more


ApplicantPRO by JobMatch is a cloud-based applicant tracking (ATS) system designed for small to midsized companies that are working to stay in compliance with EEO/AA and OFCCP guidelines.. Its interface can be utilized by organiza...Read more


Vincere is the Recruitment Operating System. The all-in-one #RecOS purpose-built for recruitment & staffing to streamline and unify the entire Front, Middle & Back office operations. No more 'Frankenstacks'. Run your core proces...Read more

Kira Talent

Kira Talent is a cloud-based admissions solution that helps administrations in universities and higher education institutes to manage their admission routines assessment of applicants. Kira Talent helps users to assess candid...Read more



Recruitee is the collaborative hiring software that delivers the complete solution to help internal HR teams work with the rest of their organization to hire better together. With an easy-to-use interface, thousands of scaling bus...Read more


Hireflix is an online one-way video interviewing platform that allows recruiters and candidates to streamline the interview experience. Candidates have the flexibility of completing interviews from any time, anywhere by recording ...Read more


Jobsoid is a cloud-based recruitment management solution designed to help businesses and staffing agencies search and hire candidates and enhance engagement through personalized emails and text messages. Features include video scr...Read more



VidInterviewing by VidCruiter is a video interviewing platform that offers pre-recorded and live video interviewing that can be customized to meet any recruitment scenario and has helped companies of all sizes find better quality ...Read more

Spark Hire

Spark Hire is a cloud-based video interviewing platform for HR departments and staffing professionals with options for one-way pre-recorded interviews or live interviews. Other features include branding customization, video interv...Read more


Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 26, 2022

What Is Video Interviewing Software?

Video interviewing software is a type of software that allows interviewers to video chat with job candidates. Interviewers can record these conversations for further assessment. The software also allows interviewers to collaborate with recruiters to evaluate candidates using templated assessment sheets.

Imagine a Google+ Hangouts or Skype built specifically for recruiting and you’ll start to understand what video interviewing software can do. Along with functionality to video chat with job candidates, video interviewing software allow users to collaborate and evaluate candidates, create templated candidate assessments and much more.

There are two primary ways in which this type of software can be used: asynchronous or synchronous interviews. Many vendors offer functionality for both options.

Enter video interviewing software, which allows hiring managers and recruiters to conduct video interviews with candidates online. Below you’ll find information detailing everything you need to know about video interviewing software before you make a purchase.


Here's what we'll cover in this guide:
What Is Video Interviewing Software?
Asynchronous Screening Interviews
Synchronous Final Interviews
Common Features of Video Interviewing Software
How Is It Priced?
Best Software Evaluation Tactics

Asynchronous Screening Interviews

Recruiters can pre-record interview questions, which they can then share with candidates as they apply. The asynchronous nature of the interviews saves recruiters and hiring managers time—they must only record the questions once—and allows them to review candidate responses as their schedule allows.

Asynchronous video interviews allow recruiters to review applicant interviews on their own schedule, saving time and increasing efficiency (Source: VidCruiter)

For instance, if a candidate applies via a job posting, that applicant will receive an email with a link letting them know that their video interview is available. They then follow the link to a virtual interview “room” where they answer the recruiter’s pre-recorded questions. Some of these questions may be verbal, however, many solutions offer the option for written, quiz-like questions—especially useful for technical roles. For instance, Interview Zen allows recruiters to create computer programming and coding challenges to see if candidates have the skills required for the job before scheduling a synchronous face-to-face interview.

When finished, the recruiter receives an email notification that the interview is ready to view. The recruiter can then share the candidate’s recorded interview with hiring managers, and all reviewers can leave comments on the candidate’s responses.

HireVue allows recruiters to rate candidates, share with hiring managers and evaluate applicants within the tool

Synchronous Final Interviews

Synchronous virtual interviews are similar to a Skype call or Google+ Hangout with a candidate. To conduct the interview, the employer again emails the candidate a link to a virtual interview “room,” along with a telephone call-in number. Then, once the candidate joins the interview room, the employer is able to interview the candidate in a “face-to-face” on-screen interview.

These software options also allow employers to include multiple people on the interview—in some cases up to 15 team members—and record the conversation. Most solutions even allow recruiters to record and forward the interview to other reviewers at the company, as well as rewind and fast-forward the conversation.

Common Features of Video Interviewing Software

Feature Description
Pre-recorded screening interviews Candidates complete prepared digital interviews online prior to any interaction with recruiters or hiring managers. Recruiters and hiring managers can sift through to see who are the best candidates quickly and easily on their own time, and share feedback before a live interview.
Live interviewing Recruiters can arrange live video interviews with prospective candidates in order to narrow down the pool a bit further before bringing in applicants to the office, saving all involved time and money. Many offer interview guides, real-time rating and evaluation tools and the option for multi-user panel interviews.
Skills validation Recruiters can use online tests of scenario based questions, images, video and work samples to assess candidate knowledge and capabilities before they even step foot in the office. This is especially useful for industries or professions like software engineers, healthcare and manufacturing. Team members can quickly review test results, validate skills in simulated environments and share the results with others.
Mobile app Many solutions offer the option of a mobile app that recruiters, and candidates, can download onto their smart phones or tablets to review or complete video interviews on the go.

How Is It Priced?

These systems generally follow two pricing models:

  • A subscription price for a certain number of interviews per month.
  • A standard price for each interview carried out.

Many companies base their monthly price on quantity of interviews conducted per month. Often the cost-per-interview will decrease as the volume increases. ActiveInterview, for example, charges $99 for five interviews per month, but only $299 for 20 interviews per month.

You should keep in mind that while the price per interview may decrease with volume, the overall monthly subscription price will likely rise.


Alternatively, some vendors, such as GreenJobInterview, charge for each interview separately. For a 30 minute interview, a company can expect to pay $69.

Best Software Evaluation Tactics

Deciding which type of video interviewing software to purchase can be an overwhelming prospect given the number of products on the market and the different pricing models. However, there are tactics your company can employ to make the process more efficient and effective.

We recently surveyed software buyers across various industries to determine which software selection tactics are the most effective. From this analysis, we discovered that the top methods for evaluating software include: checking vendor references, having an attorney review your license or subscription agreement, assessing the vendors’ financial viability and preparing an request for proposal (RFP) or request for information (RFI).

To help buyers visualize the data from the survey, we created a quadrant that plots each tactic along two axises; one, measuring the method’s correlation to high satisfaction, and the other showing its impact on the outcome of the project (or how different the results were between people who did and didn’t apply each tactic).

Software selection quadrant

By employing tactics in the “most effective” quadrant (and avoiding those in the “least effective” one), your company can streamline its software selection process and ensure you choose a system that best addresses your team’s needs.