Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
After just two weeks of launching, the website Shortlister.net is being recognized. On December 9, 2008 the popular KillerStartups.com posted its review of the newly launched Shortlister. In its review, KillerStartups.com describes Shortlister as "an online marketplace where both bidders and solicitors of construction projects connect. This particular resource has been created by construction industry professionals, and it aims to stand as an effective spot where project opportunities can be identified and materialized. Moreover, there is a searchable database that deals with project- and market-specific pricing. This part of the site will enable you to become more knowledgeable about construction costs, and ensure you are never overcharged."
Shortlister's founders, two brothers from Chicago, are extremely pleased with Shortlister's "out of the gate" performance. "We couldn't be more pleased with the performance of the site and the market receptiveness. Our site and our concept come to fruition at a perfect time - when our users need it! The current economic conditions are extremely poor and our site aims to connect those looking for work with those that have work opportunities and even more, our marketplace is free."
The fact that well respected sites such as KillerStartups.com have taken notice of our solution is extremely encouraging say the Olson brothers. We are continuing to enhance the functionality and user participation on a daily basis in efforts to better the construction industry in general and to help create job opportunities. For more information on Shortlister's review within KillerStartups.com please visit http://www.killerstartups.com/Web20/shortlister-net-carrying-out-construction-projects.
Shortlister is an online marketplace for the efficient pairing of solicitors and bidders of construction projects. Shortlister was created to help connect those with jobs to those looking for jobs, as well as to help educate construction consumers with realistic cost information. At Shortlister.net individuals or businesses can post an unlimited number of projects and receive competitive bids from tradesmen searching for work opportunities. In addition, members can search for a variety of products and services and see what general pricing terms to expect given their planned project. Shortlister.net also provides a complete web-based account manager and communication tool that enables its members to effectively track their project activity, ongoing correspondence and completed bids/projects.
For more information about Shortlister, please visit http://www.shortlister.net.
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