Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 5, 2008
After over two years in development with an executive team of over 100 years combined experience in top positions with Fortune 500 companies, CareerSpear has launched the resume' for the new generation. Taking the lead of MySpace and FaceBook, CareerSpear has created a proprietary, patented, web-based software called the Visume'. Much like a professional career vault, job seekers can now showcase their credentials, documentation, awards, etc. in a state-of-the-art format that can be viewed in less time than it takes to read and analyze a conventional resume.
CEO and Co-Founder Kevin Thomas states, "The first resume' known historically was written by Leonardo DaVince in 1482. Since then, the basic principles of a resume' have not changed for over six centuries. In many ways, we might as well be writing on papyrus paper with quilled pens. The Visume' uses the power of the internet to maintain a repository of an individual's career in an elegant format that will give candidates an edge over their competition that continue to use to old methods."
CareerSpear has also established a recruiting arm of the organization, using additional proprietary systems such as MyTimeLine and TopMatch. These web-based programs have been designed using similar innovations pioneered by travel and auto websites.
To view a 2 minute commercial on the Visume, go to http://www.careerspear.com/cs_com/index_com_final.html
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