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JobDiva Wins in Three Key Categories in Annual Mobile WebAwards Competition

Latest Wins Recognize JobDiva's Proven Leadership in Mobile Technology for Staffing Industry

NEW YORK, Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today JobDiva Inc.® (www.JobDiva.com), the proven technology leader in the staffing industry, announced winning top honors in every category it entered in the prestigious  Annual Mobile WebAwards Competition. The mobile application version of JobDiva, the leading front-to-back-office solution for staffing organizations, won accolades in the following categories:

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Judging for the WebAwards is based on the seven criteria of successful mobile development: Design, Content, Copywriting, Use of Technology, Innovation, Interactivity, and Ease-of-use.

"JobDiva provides a best-in-class mobile interface and mobile functionality that enables recruiters to better serve their clients and out-perform the competition," said Diya Obeid, CEO, JobDiva.

"Providing clients with anytime, anywhere, on-the-go access to their JobDiva databases through mobile is part of our ongoing strategy for creating tools for optimally harnessing big data," Obeid added. "That is why JobDiva is the true, undeniable pioneer in mobile technology for staffing."

Past and present judges of the competition include mobile experts from the following world-class organizations: Arc Worldwide, BGT Partners, Brunner Digital, Campbell-Ewald, CNN News Group, Deep Interactive Asia, Digitas, EuroRSCG 4D, Google, IBM Interactive, imc2, JWT, LeapFrog Interactive, Mass Transmit, McCann Worldgroup, Razorfish, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Tectis GmbH, TMP Worldwide, Universal McCann Interactive, Wunderman / Y&R, and more.

JobDiva's unique mobile alert capabilities cater to the increasingly mobile needs of recruiters and account managers. Push notifications sent to mobile devices instantly alert JobDiva users to changes in the lifecycle of a Job Requisition. This ensures that even when not in the office, recruiters are always acting on the latest information, can instantly respond to new/re-opened opportunities, and avoid wasting valuable time working closed assignments.

Current JobDiva users with iPhone® and Android™ devices can download the free "JobDiva App" by searching for "JobDiva" in the Apple® and Google™ app stores.

With more recruiters relying on mobile technologies to stay competitive, mobile functionality will be increasingly essential moving forward for staffing, an industry of more than 17,000 firms that Staffing Industry Analysts projects will generate $137 billion in 2014.

About JobDiva Inc.®

As the proven technology leader in today's staffing industry, JobDiva provides a complete, front-to-back-office Talent Acquisition Solution combining a powerful Applicant Tracking System, a Customer Relationship Management application, synchronization with all major job boards and VMS providers, robust financial tools, and more. Today tens of thousands of recruiters, sales professionals, and staffing executives rely on JobDiva as their single, real-time portal into everything they need to dominate their markets. Follow us on JobDiva's Facebook page.  

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JobDiva Inc.
Office:   212.384.6520
Mobile: 917.636.2878
Email:   [email protected]

SOURCE JobDiva Inc.

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