Fortune 500 IT services company used QVR test as a benchmark to recruit entry-level
professionals. At the end of the three-month training program, there was zero involuntary attrition among
people hired through QVR.
In contrast, the average percentage of new hires let go at the end of training period was over 5.2% when recruited through alternate channels.
This resulted in a saving to the company of Rs 1.8 million for every hundred hires.
Companies ranging from start-ups to global giants across a gamut of industries like IT security, IT products,
R&D, software services, physical infrastructure and KPO have benefitted immensely from using QVR Test as a
Modern day business schools are also finding QVR Test extremely relevant as an admissions test.
The evolution of focused MBA institutes that offer super-specialization which require potential students to have corresponding strengths.
QVR Test can very effectively identify these traits. Additionally, students who undergo excessive coaching at one of the training institutes (which teach students strategies to “crack the test”, not concepts) get no undue advantage on the QVR test.
Lastly, the QVR Test uses highly researched methodologies to create a gradient in the top quartile of talent pool.