JobStreet.com Renews eQuest Agreement

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<strong>San Ramon, Calif. &mdash; Nov. 9</strong><br />JobStreet.com, a Southeast Asia recruitment Web site, announced the successful extension of their existing contract with eQuest. eQuest, a job-posting distribution service with a viewing audience in more than 180 countries, confirmed the multiyear deal, assuring ongoing commitment to provide JobStreet.com customers with continued premier domestic and international job-posting services.<br /><br />JobStreet.com, which services Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, India, Indonesia and Bangladesh, is the leading online recruitment company in the region, with more than 50,000 corporate clients and more than 4 million jobseekers.<br /><br />”eQuest is pleased to further our long-standing, mutually beneficial relationship with JobStreet.com,” said John Malone, president and chief executive officer of eQuest. “We both hold to a high standard of excellence in regard to customer satisfaction, and this renewed commitment ensures that we will be able to offer JobStreet.com&#39;s rapidly growing customer base seamless integration with our unparalleled international network of job boards.”<br /><br />Suresh Thiru, chief operating officer of JobStreet.com, said he is looking forward to a strong working relationship with eQuest, as it will benefit the customers of both companies. “The renewal of our contract with eQuest will further enhance the ability of JobStreet.com&rsquo;s customers to post their requirement almost anywhere in the world with ease. It also allows eQuest&rsquo;s customers to gain access to JobStreet.com&rsquo;s huge job seeker base in Asia,&rdquo; he added.

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