Improved Experience is Nominated for Innovative Recruiting Technology Award

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Onrec 2008 Online Recruitment Conference considers candidate feedback portal for "Game Changing Recruiting Technology" award. The patent-pending diagnostic tool gives HR and Staffing professionals a data-driven view of the hiring process, employer brand, and early employee engagement.

We are ahead of revenue objectives and focused on the development of strategic partnerships in key industry segments to continue our pattern of growth in 2009.

Recognized as an innovative solution to accelerate productivity in online recruiting, Get Better Hires(TM) by Improved Experience has been nominated for the “Game Changing Recruiting Technology Award” at the Onrec 2008 Online Recruitment Conference and Expo. Winners will be announced at an Awards Ceremony during the conference in Chicago on September 9th.

“We are honored to have been acknowledged for excellence in this global forum of recruiting thought leaders,” said Claudia Faust, CEO and Head of Products at Improved Experience. “Beyond productivity advances, Get Better Hires is a powerful diagnostic tool that creates significant advantage for employers in the competition for top talent. We’re excited to showcase it at Onrec this fall.”

Get Better Hires is the first in a series of enterprise feedback solutions designed to close the perception gap between employers and their next generation of talent. An online feedback portal captures demographics and dynamically generates survey content in real-time from a library of 15 categories and more than 500 questions. The resulting business intelligence allows employers to measure and improve recruitment process, diversity and targeted outreach programs, employer brand perception, and early employee engagement.

Since launching Get Better Hires earlier this year, Improved Experience has been quietly growing its customer base in the United States, and has recently begun development on its second product, Make Better Hires(TM).

“It’s been quite a year,” said Alise Cortez, Founding Partner and Head of Sales. “We are ahead of revenue objectives and focused on the development of strategic partnerships in key industry segments to continue our pattern of growth in 2009.”

About Onrec 2008 Global Online Recruiting Conference and Expo:
Scheduled in Chicago on September 9-10th 2008, this conference brings together a unique mix of online recruitment thought leaders, commentators, HR practitioners, and industry suppliers. The Expo is dedicated to the latest in online recruitment technology, showcasing both indigenous and international suppliers. For more information, visit http://www.onrec.com/expo2008awards.

About Get Better Hires:
Get Better Hires is a subscription-based, online feedback portal that allows employers to tap into a constant stream of job seeker experience and perception. Feedback and demographics are continuously captured at trigger points before and after hire, and aggregated responses are presented to the company in real-time on a secure, online, business intelligence dashboard. Resulting data provides critical gap analysis that can result in a more efficient use of recruiting resources, competing more effectively for talent, and leveraging employer brand for improved employee retention. For more information, visit http://www.improvedexperience.com/productsGBHOverview.php.

About Improved Experience:
Improved Experience offers enterprise feedback management solutions for use in Human Resources, Recruiting and Staffing. From the earliest point of contact and throughout the entire employment life cycle, the Better Hires(TM) suite of products from Improved Experience measures critical indicators of workforce engagement and employer brand. Improved Experience products are real-time and subscription-based, utilizing patent-pending survey technology. Global sales, operations and customer support are provided from Dallas, Miami and Copenhagen. For more information, visit http://www.improvedexperience.com.

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