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JobApp Announces Best Ever Financial Results in 1H, 2014

Expanded Product Functionality, an Increase in Competitive Wins, and Accelerating New Customer Deployments Fuel Record Growth

DENVER, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- JobApp's market-leading unified platform for Social Recruiting and Talent Management Systems purposely built for the Service Industry's Hourly workforce announced record triple digit increases for Q2. Driven by JobApp's "Rapid Activation Methodologies" and robust API Hub, new go-live deployments increased 252% Year over Year; and major market share wins propelled sales bookings to increase by 265% Year over Year. JobApp's product platform and marketshare growth are a direct result of its unique ability to collaborate, innovate, and deliver to the unique requirements for its Service Industry customers now and in the future.

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John Raeder, JobApp CEO states, "JobApp's first half success validates the company's strategy and execution, driven by its tenured HR Tech management team. Its large and expanding customer base are taking a proactive, strategic approach to their Hourly labor programs in 2014 and looking into 2015. With core HR systems rapidly expanding from point solutions to social-mobile interactions with Millennials and highly qualified applicants; JobApp's clients are seeking additional opportunities to identify, hire, engage, and enhance their Hourly workforce via industry specific tools and best practices. JobApp's customer adoption of Social Recruiting and Employee Lifecycle Management grew by 100% in 1H, 2014."

One of JobApp's key competitive wins in 1H, 2014 included Zaxby's, one of the fastest growing and best-run restaurant operators.  Melissa Murphy, Human Resource Manager, Zax, Inc. the largest franchisee of Zaxby's states, "We chose JobApp over numerous other vendors and our objective is to standardize our systems and processes onto a highly functional and strategic system for Recruiting through Retirement.  JobApp provides us with the best-in-class automated system to help us rapidly expand our applicant and talent pool communities via their Social Recruiting system, and improve the productivity and effectiveness of all our employees.  We look forward to deepening our partnership with JobApp as we convert to their HR software platform."

About JobApp
JobApp is the leading cloud-based Social Recruiting and Talent Management System provider focused on the Hourly workforce across multiple service industry sectors. JobApp's mobile-enabled Human Resources platform (Social Recruiting, ATS, Onboarding, Training, Performance Management, and Analytics) streamlines how best run operators recruit, hire, and develop their valuable Hourly labor.  Thousands of highly recognizable brands and locations including Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, KFC, Jack in the Box/Qdoba, Burger King, Checkers/Rally's, Church's, Applebee's, Zaxby's, TravelCenters of America, Quick Chek, Spirit of Halloween, Kelly-Moore Paints, and Churchill Downs Racetrack and Casinos trust JobApp to optimize their HR and Operational functions on a daily basis.

For more information, visit www.JobAppPlus.com.

Media Contact: Abby Sandbach, JobApp Plus, 720-399-2494, [email protected]

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