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milch & zucker Takes ELISE Mobile With JobStairs iPhone App
Date:2/17/2010

UTRECHT, The Netherlands, February 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- WCC Smart Search & Match, the leading provider of high-performance search and match software, today announced that its partner, milch & zucker based in Bad Nauheim, Germany, has released an iPhone app for their JobStairs website that uses WCC's ELISE to match job seekers with job postings from the largest companies in Germany. Job seekers simply download the free app, select their search criteria and instantly receive job listings on their mobile phone.

The JobStairs iPhone app provides an interactive interface to the JobStairs web site giving iPhone users access to job postings from a consortium of top companies in Germany, including Siemens, SAP, Audi, Philips, Roche, Bosch, Daimler, and others. It uses WCC's ELISE technology to more accurately identify job postings that are the best fit for the job seeker.

"milch & zucker has done a great job in making job searching easy, attractive, and mobile." said Peter Went, CEO of WCC. "We're excited to see the power of ELISE and the breadth of job offerings from JobStairs brought together in such an easily accessible and great looking iPhone app."

According to Ingolf Teetz, CIO of milch & zucker, "The key to reaching job seekers in this increasingly mobile and fast-moving environment is to go where they are. The JobStairs iPhone app makes it a snap for iPhone users to harness the power of ELISE to stay on top of the job opportunities that are the best fit for them."

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