Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 19, 2007
WageWatch, Inc., the leading online compensation and benefits survey company, announced today that it has released version 5.0 of its online survey tool, and that its next deployment will be in the healthcare industry. Subscribers to WageWatch's 2007 State Healthcare Compensation and Benefits Surveys will see immediate improvements in on-line readability, speed of on-line report generation, and increased efficiency and navigation using the on-line survey tool.
"The technology has now advanced to Web.2.0 -- the next generation of online surveys," says Margaret Dyekman, President and COO of WageWatch. "Online technology has become much more interactive, and we like to stay on the cutting edge of what's possible for our customers."
WageWatch's surveys for other industries, such as senior living, gaming and the spa industry will advance to Version 5.0 during the balance of 2007. The hotel and timeshare industry have already been moved to this platform.
The WageWatch 2007 State Healthcare Compensation and Benefits Surveys, which collects and reports wage and salary data for over 200 jobs for hospitals and other healthcare providers in Arizona, Oregon, and Texas, are the second group of surveys to convert to the new format. "We've listened to our customers and incorporated changes they suggested to ensure our surveys make their job of collecting and reporting on market competitive data simpler, efficient and affordable," continued Dyekman.
For additional information, contact Jim Crews, 1-888-330-9243, or jcrews @ wagewatch.com.
ABOUT WAGE WATCH
Wagewatch (http://www.wagewatch.com),the leading Web-based source for compensation and benefits data, provides instantly accessible industry wage, salary and benefits data, delivered to any Internet-enabled device. Using a patent-pending technology, WageWatch surveys industries and provides companies with the data they need to make their compensation and benefits decisions. As a pure information provider, WageWatch gives its customers the ability to see what their competitors are paying and position themselves in their markets.