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Aug 15, 2011

Human Resources Goes Mobile

Guest blog entry by Kyle Lagunas, HR Analyst, Software Advice

0"Today's anytime-anywhere mobile access is changing the way we do business. Thanks to a plethora of mobile apps and software tools, we can manage customer relations, access candidate data, and even review employee referals from virtually anywhere (pun intended). With the growing demand across the markets, it's no wonder that HR technology developers are working hard to bring new solutions for hiring, managing and tracking HR to the mobile market.
Many of the mobile HR tools currently on the market are focused on acquiring and managing talent. However, a new crop of applications are emerging that allow users to dive into highly valuable data on the go. While some of these apps are available as standalone products on the Android Market or iTunes App Store, many SaaS providers have mobile versions of their web applications created specifically for use on mobile devices.

The mobile technology market is growing rapidly, and there are new solutions emerging all the time. But based on functionality, ease of use, and downright coolness, there are a few stand out. Kyle Lagunas - HR Analyst at Software Advice - recently put together a list of his favorite mobile HR applications. To read more about what tools professionals are using to stay ahead of the curve, check out the original article on his blog: "

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