Our plan is to triple the number of jobs within the bank database by the end of the year. The most important part of the business intelligence has already been upgraded.
Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) October 10, 2007
Complaints that networking has become difficult have caused many job seekers to look for better avenues and resources to build new networks. Berkeley Palmer announced today that plans to upgrade their current business intelligence by way of their primary provider should be completed later this month.
According to a spokesperson for Berkeley Palmer, the upgrade will affect their job bank intelligence. "Our plan is to triple the number of jobs within the bank database by the end of the year. The most important part of the business intelligence has already been upgraded."
That most important part is the "hiring intelligence" that Berkeley Palmer provides, which is centered around trigger events such as: senior management changes; new business deals; IPO announcements; real estate transactions, that show where a business may be moving, adding a new location, or expanding an existing location; mergers and acquisitions; and other events that demonstrate a higher likelihood that a given company will be in hiring mode.
Berkely Palmer also stated that the overall annual expense of data use will increase this year over last year by about 25%; which is mostly attributed to the additional users of the business intelligence databases.
"We are not in the business of reselling information. All of our intelligence is provided to our clients in addition to other services. The overall business intelligence package is comprised of several sources, and it's dynamic. It's dynamic because the intelligence is always changing. We feel it is important to be able to offer our clients additional resources, or be able to change those resources as new and improved intelligence becomes available."
Berkeley Palmer is a career management firm with offices in Tampa and Orlando; and affiliated offices in various parts of the U.S. who share some of the resources that Berkely Palmer use. These alliances are important according to the company because they keep the cost of resources in line and allow an avenue for professional job seekers who looking to transfer to other markets.