"The mobile landscape is evolving rapidly, and our clients want the best app for each new generation of devices. Our MVC platform does just that. Whether you choose Iphone or Andriod or the next great device to come along, we'll have an interface that leverages the best of that device." - David Dourgarian, TempWorks President

TempWorks Software launched an iPhone application that turns the iconic device into both a recruitment and sales platform.

The most utilized feature gives sales professionals quick access to contacts and messages, allowing them to walk into client meetings well prepared and log meeting notes with action items during and after the meeting.

Recruiters are also able to view their action items, including a hot-list of candidates and a placement pipeline. All the data synchronizes in real-time with the TempWorks enterprise database that everyone in the organization from support personnel to back-office staff can access.

Based on Microsoft's MVC application architecture, the product also supports devices ranging from the Palm-Pre to the new Google Android. TempWorks has been providing mobile applications since 2003 to staffing companies like Manpower, Select Staffing, and Michael Page. Previous versions of the mobile systems used text that displays plainly on the older smart phone devices.

TempWorks CTO, Paul Czywczynski comments, "For many years TempWorks Mobile product has been very successful with people on the go, who want quick access to their TempWorks data. With the arrival of the iPhone, HTC handsets, Android, and Palm Pre phones, we are able to do so much more."

David Dourgarian, TempWorks president, commented on the adaptability of the platform to new devices. "The mobile landscape is evolving rapidly, and our clients want the best app for each new generation of devices. Our MVC platform does just that. Whether you choose iPhone or Andriod or the next great device to come along, we'll have an interface that leverages the best of that device."

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