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Jobvite Delivers Most Comprehensive Mobile Experience Available to Customers

With Demand for Mobile Increasing, Leading Recruiting Solution Unveils a Seamless, Easy-to-Use, and Branded Mobile Career Website Solution to Its Customers

SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/14 -- Jobvite, the complete recruiting solution serving the world's fastest-growing companies, today announced the release of Jobvite's mobile career website solution, the most comprehensive and seamless mobile recruiting solution of its kind on the market. With almost half of job seekers using mobile devices to engage in job-hunting activities, Jobvite customers will now have a competitive advantage with the ability to create complete, easy-to-use, and branded mobile career websites.

"The rise of mobile and social technologies have transformed the traditional job searching experience," said Dan Finnigan, president and CEO of Jobvite. "Job hunting is no longer a behind closed doors activity. Today, professionals research and apply to jobs on-the-go; a trend that will only continue to grow as technologies mature. With this release, Jobvite continues to arm recruiters with the tools necessary to seek and attain top talent amidst today's shrinking global talent pool."

By leveraging native capabilities on job seekers' devices, such as the ability to apply through social profiles and access resumes and other key documents through cloud-based storage, Jobvite's mobile career website solution delivers a simplified application process. This streamlined process meets the growing demand uncovered in Jobvite's Job Seeker Nation Study: job seekers increasingly expect to have the ability to apply for a job from their mobile device. Jobvite's Mobile Career Website will help recruiters to meet this demand while increasing received resumes and growing their ability to uncover today's top talent.

Jobvite's Job Seeker Nation Study found close to 40 percent of Millennial job seekers expect career websites to be optimized for mobile. The Jobvite mobile career website solution meets this expectation by offering companies the ability to build and deliver a completely branded site optimized for all of the channels candidates use to search for a job. This will ensure companies have a presence and appeal to candidates' preferred communication channel.

"Jobvite's Mobile Career Website solution is a necessary addition to our recruiting arsenal," said GoDaddy Director of Talent Acquisition Neal Rosenblum. "Having the capability to reach both active and passive job seekers through their preferred channel can help us uncover new talent, as well as better appeal to candidates. We look forward to the results ahead with the implementation of Jobvite's Mobile Career Website solution."

Jobvite's mobile career website solution is another innovative addition to Jobvite's recruitment platform, including Jobvite Video, the only natively built video platform built to work seamlessly across the entire hiring process, Jobvite Engage, the 2013 winner of HR Tech Product of the year that enables companies to market and build talent pools, Jobvite Refer, the pioneering social recruiting tool that has changed the marketplace, as well as Jobvite Hire, the company's flagship applicant tracking system used by the world's fastest-growing companies.

About Jobvite
Jobvite is the leading recruiting platform for the social web. Today's fastest-growing companies use applicant tracking, recruiter CRM and social recruiting software solutions from Jobvite to target the right talent and build the best teams. Jobvite is a complete, modular Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, which can optimize the speed, cost-effectiveness and ease of recruiting for any company. For more information, visit www.jobvite.com.

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