BURLINGAME, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/17/13 -- Jobvite, the leading recruiting software platform for the social web, today announced it has made the JMP Securities list of the Hot 100 Best Privately Held Software Companies. The list highlights some of the best private companies in the software industry as identified by the research team at JMP Securities, a full-service San Francisco-based investment bank. JMP Securities compiles its annual Hot 100 list based on financial growth, products and services, quality of leadership, customers and market potential.
Jobvite has combined social recruiting, real-time intelligence and collaboration to ensure that global and emerging companies can identify, attract and staff the right talent to build the best teams. Jobvite's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) recruitment platform enables companies to optimize the speed, cost-effectiveness and ease of recruiting in order to transform the hiring process into a strategic, yet collaborative approach that helps companies grow.
"After paying close attention to the JMP Hot 100 report over the years, it's an honor for Jobvite to have a place on this year's list," says Jobvite CEO Dan Finnigan. "As a company, our goal is to set a high standard for technology innovation, customer service, and sales and business growth as it pertains to the recruitment industry. Our inclusion in this list solidifies Jobvite as the leading recruiting platform for the web."
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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