myStaffingPro Sets Pace for 2011 with Extraordinary First Quarter

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Applicant tracking system provider adds nearly 20 new companies, updates product features

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Our success is attributed to the forward-thinking and hardworking approach of our team

myStaffingPro, a leading applicant tracking system provider, closed its first quarter with results that exceeded the company sales and product development forecast.

"Our success is attributed to the forward-thinking and hardworking approach of our team," stated President Bob Schulte." At the end of 2010, we set high goals for the company to encourage our team to focus on growth. The success of our first quarter is rewarding and exceeded our expectations. We are proving that when a company delivers top notch support and service combined with innovative product development, the growth will follow."

During the first quarter, myStaffingPro added nearly 20 new companies to its expanding community of customers. myStaffingPro was launched in 2001 as a custom applicant tracking system. Since standardizing the product offering in 2005, myStaffingPro now provides the applicant tracking technology for more than 450 companies. The scalable myStaffingPro system allows any size organization to build a system tailored to its needs, with the option to continually add to the configuration as needs change.

A returning customer and the Director of Human Resources at Northwest Pump & Equipment Co., Dave Perkins, commented, "I've had the opportunity to work with the team at myStaffingPro and implement their applicant tracking system at three organizations. The solution they provide is a cost effective, user-friendly system that is very robust and customizable. It easily integrates with other systems providing a seamless data workflow. Their team is very talented, and most importantly, they are incredibly fun and friendly to work with. If you are searching for an applicant tracking system I strongly recommend that you consider their solution!"

During the first quarter, Chief Information Officer Jennifer Brogee became the first applicant tracking system employee to receive the prestigious Certified Usability Analyst certification from Human Factors International.

"Jennifer's recently acquired certification is a testament to her commitment to uphold our best-in-class applicant tracking solution, myStaffingPro," added Schulte.

myStaffingPro continues to enhance its product offering through regular feature updates. In the first quarter of 2011, myStaffingPro launched:

  •     Redesigned "Build a List of Applicants" feature with a streamlined interface that includes in-line limits, new search options, configurable results, and expanded functionality to search and sort by more than 20 fields.
  •     "Reports Super User Access Level" that enables users to build reports with up to 25,000 rows of data at one time.
  •     Several new partnerships to enrich our offerings with alternative application methods, sourcing, and background integration capabilities.

To learn more about myStaffingPro applicant tracking system, please visit mystaffingpro.com.

About myStaffingPro:
myStaffingPro is a full-featured applicant tracking system that provides HR professionals with the tools they need to recruit, qualify, track, and hire the best applicants. The scalable myStaffingPro system can be configured to any hiring process or budget. myStaffingPro currently delivers the hiring process for more than 450 companies and has processed more than 20 million applications. To learn more about myStaffingPro applicant tracking system, visit http://mystaffingpro.com.

About HR Services Inc.
HR Services Inc. is a leading human resources software company serving businesses nationwide. The company's product line features the myStaffingPro applicant tracking suite, as well as the DialApp interactive voice response system.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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