What We Do

Advanced Matching, Not Key-Word Search

Unlike traditional job boards, which rely on crude key-word searches and limited data sets, Futures’ cloud-based talent matching technology uses structured information models to distill thousands of data objects and deliver the right people to the right jobs. Employers see their most desired candidates, first.


As a provider of advanced matching technology, we are the white-label platform behind many of the world’s most powerful talent exchanges and a wide array of leading organizations’ efforts to implement a smarter way to match qualified talent to available jobs, including:

How Futures Helps

Military Job Seekers

Connect to rewarding civilian jobs … over 200,000 and counting. Learn more.


Industry & Employers

Better matches, faster hires, lower costs, as much as 500% in some cases. Learn more.


Increase offer-to-interview ratios by 10X. Learn more.


Increase employment opportunities to serve your constituents by the thousands. Learn more.

US Military Pipeline

US Military Pipeline serves more than 250,000 service members and over 26,000 employers, including 80% of the Fortune 1000. Powered by Futures’ platform, US Military Pipeline has helped to hire thousands of service members across all military branches and industries in all 50 U.S. states.


The Army’s virtual tool for connecting you with employers… it works, use it.- Vice Chief of Staff, U.S. Army


We have gone from recruiting advertising expenses of $17,147 in 2011 to $465 as of today.- Gonzales Consulting Services, Inc.

Joining Forces Initiative

In partnership with Joining Forces and the President’s Military Credentialing and Licensing Task Force, the IT Training and Certification Program is a new initiative to help military personnel make the difficult shift to the civilian workforce by providing training and industry recognized certifications for high-demand IT jobs.


Powered by the Futures platform and sponsored by Cisco, this program provides scholarships for training and skills certifications to help find and secure Information Technology (IT) jobs with industry leaders. The IT Pipeline platform also enables employers to match their jobs with transitioning personnel based on their military training, experience, education and credentials.


Click here to view Cisco’s CEO John Chambers speaking at the White House.


We have no shortage of resources and employers ready to hire our military personnel. – Director of Veterans Programs, Cisco


We had standing room only … the Soldiers got to decide which career direction they wanted to go and the virtual training made it easy for them to fill gaps. This model was easy for us to facilitate and will scale easily.- Transition Services Manager, Joint Base Lewis-McChord

Get Skills to Work (GSTW)

GE’s Get Skills to Work program leverages Futures’ technology to help transitioning service members and veterans get credentials, training and jobs with 12,000 U.S. manufacturers. Among employers, 95% of participating manufacturers feel this model delivers a better return on investment compared to traditional tools and events.


This type of event is really good for the person being interviewed… it saves the employer and interviewee time and money.– U.S. Service Member


We are very pleased with the candidates…what a great system, not only for finding talent but for focusing our search. – U.S. Manufacturer

Wounded Warrior Regiment

In a five-year partnership, Futures is working with the Wounded Warrior Regiment to expand support for wounded, ill and injured service members across all branches of the military. The offer-to-interview ratios from Futures-facilitated hiring events average 52%, compared to traditional hiring events that typically yield 5% or less. More than 90% of wounded warriors participating in Futures-powered events say they are “more comfortable about their career options” and believe this platform “will benefit other service members.”


It’s been almost three years since I found a job, and it was only three days after using Pipeline that I got the job… I wish I’d had it a lot sooner!- Wounded Warrior, U.S. Army Veteran