Nobscot Corporation

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Nobscot Corporation
File:Logo for Nobscot Corporation.jpg
Founded 📆Honolulu, Hawaii (2000)
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️4840 C Wailapa Road, Kilauea, HI 96754
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Beth N. Carvin,
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
Products 📟 exit interview management system,new hire survey technology, corporate mentoring software
Number of employees
🌐 Website
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Nobscot is a human resources technology company headquartered in Hawaii. The company develops software to automate the process of exit interviewing employees as they leave an organization. Its Mentor Scout division develops software to manage corporate and association mentoring programs.[1][2]


Nobscot was co-founded by Beth N. Carvin and Bruce H. Daly in 2000.[3] The company was self funded without any outside investment.[4] Initial clients included First Hawaiian Bank, Campbell Soup Company and Conair Corporation.[5] The Mentor Scout division was created in 2003.[6][7] Nobscot's FirstDays product was released in mid-2008.[8][9] In 2014, Mentor Scout underwent a brand redesign working with BigFan a design agency out of Bristol UK.[10]


Headquartered in Hawaii, Nobscot has remote employees in field offices in four states in the United States plus Ontario Canada.[11]


The company’s flagship product is WebExit, an online exit interview management system.[12] The technology's initial release was in January 2001[4] and was the first of its kind in the automated exit interview field.[13] It is provided via a SaaS based model.[6] A related product, FirstDays, allows companies to survey new employees at various intervals in order to help acclimate them with the company and reduce early turnover of employees.[14] The company’s third product, Mentor Scout, is software for managing corporate mentoring programs and association mentoring programs.[15]


In 2001, Nobscot's WebExit was awarded the Top 10 HR Technology Products of the Year award by HR Executive Magazine.[16][5] In 2007, the company won the Top HR and Training Award for Mentor Scout, Talent Networking Edition.[17][18][19][20]


  1. "Nobscot Corporation – Trish McFarlane".
  2. Limited, (23 February 2018). "Mentor Scout Software Matches the Best and the Brightest in Business Skills".
  3. Carvin, Beth N. (29 August 2017). "I Launched My First Startup During the Dot-Com Boom. Boy, Have Things Changed".
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Tiny Kailua firm finds success online - The Honolulu Advertiser - Hawaii's Newspaper".
  5. 5.0 5.1 Sing, Terrence (January 20, 2002). "Oahu exit-interview company earns praise". Pacific Business News.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Group Mentoring Support Now Available in Mentor Scout, Leading Online Matching Platform for Corporate Mentoring Programs".
  8. "Nobscot's New 'FirstDays' Aids Retention & Onboarding of New Hires".
  9. "Online Tool Identifies Recruiting Weaknesses - College Recruiter".
  10. "Mentor Scout - Big Fan®".
  11. "Mentoring Remote Workers Is More Workable Than You Think".
  12. "No Exit". 1 April 2005.
  13. "Exit interviews: Analyze the data!".
  14. "Nobscot Corporation - HR Vendors Guide - Canadian HR Reporter".
  15. "Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Mentor Match – Workforce Magazine". 16 May 2012.
  16. " - Human Resource Executive Magazine®".
  17. "Mentor Scout Talent Networking Edition Wins Top HR Product Award from Human Resource Executive Magazine".
  18. " - Human Resource Executive Magazine®".
  19. Star-Bulletin, Honolulu. " - Business - /2007/10/03/".
  20. magazine, Human Resource Executive(R). "Human Resource Executive(R) Magazine Announces 2007 Top HR and Training Products of the Year".

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