CoderPad vs. InterviewStream Hire

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
CoderPad
Score 8.4 out of 10
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CoderPad is a technical interview platform from the company of the same name in San Francisco, ideally used by development teams to enable a quick, accurate read on a candidate's skills through the hiring process. According to the vendor, CoderPad works like an IDE to help candidates share their skills and ensure the interviewer understands how the candidate works. The platform supports collaborative coding sessions and take-home assignments.
$50
per month
InterviewStream Hire
Score 6.0 out of 10
N/A
InterviewStream Hire is a video recruiting solution. Some key features include: Pre-Recorded Video, Live Video with ZOOM, Fully Customized Experience and Share Videos.N/A
Pricing
CoderPadInterviewStream Hire
Editions & Modules
Personal
$50
per month (5 interviews)
Team
$250
per month (30 interviews)
Business
$750
per month (90 interviews)
Enterprise
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CoderPadInterviewStream Hire
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details$15/interview for overages
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Score 7.5 out of 10
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User Ratings
CoderPadInterviewStream Hire
Likelihood to Recommend
7.8
(3 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(1 ratings)
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User Testimonials
CoderPadInterviewStream Hire
Likelihood to Recommend
CoderPad
- To conduct a preliminary assessment round when there are multiple candidates to choose from. Helps you to filter out candidates on the basis of requirements. - The questions that are assigned for each test are different, so the probability of any two candidates getting the exact same questions is very less. -However, the questions are based on the same concepts so as to provide an equal ground to all the candidates.- However, if you have to choose from less number of candidates you are better off conducting normal interviews, as these tests are time-consuming for both interviewers and employers.
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InterviewStream
I always recommend this product to companies of all sizes who are looking for a reliable way to add virtual interviewing to their assessment strategy. There are 50+ vendors in this space right now but none of them have been around as long as InterviewStream. Their product is especially good for high volume scenarios but we've used it for all levels from executives down to hourly employees. We even used it internally for succession planning interviews and internal mobility
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Pros
CoderPad
  • Large range of supported languages
  • Code runs quickly
  • Allows for intractability between interviewer and interviewee
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InterviewStream
  • Simple interface. It's not a flashy product with claims of artificial intelligence or machine learning, etc. It just gets the job done for a fair price.
  • Reliable. While we have had some minor issues from time-to-time with live interviews, the recorded interviews have worked fine in several countries around the world.
  • Support. Our customer success person was always available and helpful.
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Cons
CoderPad
  • Code editor should be more responsive for auto suggestions
  • Practice environment should be located in such a way that it should be found easily
  • A transparent and publicly available pricing
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InterviewStream
  • Reporting could be better. Would love to see more stats around where our users are dropping off, invited vs. completed metrics and ROI numbers as well.
  • A better database of technical interview questions.
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Usability
CoderPad
CoderPad is incredibly easy to use, not much to note.
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InterviewStream
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Alternatives Considered
CoderPad
We did use other option other than CoderPad. Before CoderPad we were using references for hiring but then again the whole process of assessment was not easy. It takes time. CoderPad came to our lives through a reference and since then it has somewhat changed the way we see hiring.
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InterviewStream
We looked at several video interview companies when we made a purchase decision. With the exception of HireVue, they're all about the same. We just went with InterviewStream because they had the most experience in the industry and their pricing was fair. HireVue is a premium product who tries to distance themselves from the video interview space by claiming that they are a collaboration/training tool or an AI assessment tool. They're wayyyy overpriced for what they offer if you just want video interviewing. And their sales process is high pressure and a little bit slimy to be honest. If you need a proven tool that has been around, InterviewStream is good.
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Return on Investment
CoderPad
  • 10 working hours saved weekly which used to be spent on interviews
  • Approximately 3 employees worth of manpower is saved
  • The benefit of allowing assessment in multiple languages allowed the interviewee to concentrate on evaluation on the basis of underlying concepts
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InterviewStream
  • We took a 7 step interview process in one of our high volume areas down to 3 steps. This saved 2 weeks in time to hire and increased our conversion rate with top candidates by 20% (presumably because we moved faster).
  • We saved $100,000 minimum in travel expenses in the first year. We don't know the exact amount because much of these costs are hidden in the business, but we could track at least $100k in hard costs.
  • Negatively, I'd say we lost a little bit of street credibility on sites like glassdoor where people would vent that they didn't like recorded video interviews. Over time that feedback dwindled as this strategy has been adopted by more companies.
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