VERVOE VS THE PREDICTIVE INDEX
Want a Vervoe alternative? Go with The Predictive Index.
The Predictive Index is a validated hiring software platform grounded in 65 years of behavioral science. Use PI to assess talent based on behavioral and cognitive ability, and cut right to your best-fit candidates. Stop relying on outdated resumes and degrees—and start predicting with PI.
Vervoe vs The Predictive Index
Vervoe is an “AI-powered job simulation platform” that promises to improve your hiring process by assessing candidate skills, such as project management or technical writing. But these skill tests are easy to game and don’t always provide the full picture.
Where Vervoe touts its massive assessment library, PI focuses on quality assessments that actually improve your hiring accuracy. Our behavioral and cognitive assessments are backed by hundreds of validity studies and trusted by 10,000+ clients worldwide.
How do Vervoe & The Predictive Index compare?
|Developed by I/O psychologists
|Hiring benchmark data
|300+ validity studies
|AI-powered job ad optimizer
|Personalized interview questions
Why choose The Predictive Index?
The Predictive Index measures something even more innate than a candidate’s skills—and that’s the candidate themself. Learn how any applicant is wired based on behavioral and cognitive assessments. Use built-in benchmark data and customizable interview questions to hire the best fits, faster.
PI accomplishes what Vervoe promises, in just 6 minutes.
How, exactly? The secret lies in our science. For 65 years, industrial and organizational psychologists have honed the PI Behavioral Assessment to be short, intuitive, and—above all else—accurate. It’s the reason why our clients trust us. To date, 37.5 million assessments have been sent worldwide.
Here is what our clients are saying about us
We’ve been using it for 30 years. We don’t hire anybody without looking at their PI [Behavioral Assessment results].
PI allows us to have insight into our team’s natural behavioral tendencies, so we can see what roles might be a good fit for them.