The story of Catalyte

By Adam Curtis

In the early 2000’s, Mike Rosenbaum had an idea. What would happen if you used data instead of resumes to find, hire, train, assemble and deploy software engineering teams?

While the idea of skills-based hiring has gained acceptance, it was, and for some organizations continues to be, a radical concept. People have difficulty accepting that a company can be more productive and profitable by ignoring employee pedigree and instead matching them, according to their aptitude, to the job best suited for them.

Here is the complete story of Catalyte changing how to find and deploy tech talent, and how we’re continuing to advance human potential for the digital economy. Enjoy!