San Rmon, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
It’s a major milestone when an Internet company announces that it has been doing business successfully for two decades.
eQuest today announced that it has reached that milestone and plans to celebrate the company’s anniversary with a year-long campaign of releasing a special group of innovative products for the global human resources industry.
Although no specifics were detailed as to what precise products and services will be released, it is anticipated they will be positioned in several major areas including OFCCP Compliance, Big Data, continued Asia expansion, career website development/hosting, and staffing industry software.
eQuest was the original architect for the online job delivery business and was the prototype for all that followed. eQuest has delivered over 1 billion job deliveries in just the last four years and its clients include the majority of the Global Fortune 500 and thousands of other companies. Its software attaches to every major Applicant Tracking System and ERP in the world.
“It’s not often when an Internet company, especially in the arena of HR software, can claim a 20 year run,” said Bob Jaworski, VP of Strategic Alliances at eQuest. “eQuest is the recognized market leader in several important segments of the human capital technology space, and is well positioned to take advantage of an ever expanding world market.”
eQuest is the world’s dominant and most-utilized job posting distribution company. Its primary customer base consists of the majority of the Global Fortune 500. It also provides job deliveries on behalf of the world’s largest Applicant Tracking Systems, ERPs, and job boards — managing thousands of companies through these channels. Present job posting deliveries average 250 million annually. Its Big Data for HR division consults companies wanting to take advantage of its corporate intelligence and predictive analysis services. Other products include consulting, OFCCP compliance and audit protection, technology services, data analytics, interactive media representation, and various predictive tools. http://www.equest.com