Job Wrapping and Job Spidering Service for Job Board

A leading job wrapping and job data management company "Propellum" has announced the next generation of automatic job wrapping services for the online recruitment industry. The latest offering from Propellum will make it possible for employers to have their jobs scraped from any website technology .

Princeton, NJ, January 17, 2010 --( Propellum a divison of has built a system which can scrape job data from any source or website technologies. Propellum job wrapping technology not only scrapes all types of websites but has also built a process which accurately processes jobs and updates the websites.

Propellum’s customizable job wrapping software and processes ensures a very high quality mirroring of the jobs on the corporate web sites to the career sites in a time frame that would maintain the competitiveness of the job on the company careersite.

Propellum’s cutting edge technology allows employers to eliminate replication of work. Job boards can scale regardless of the number of jobs or the format in which they are published to get the listings to market quickly by "accelerated job wrapping".

By using Propellum services, job board whether small or niche can expand customer base and number of jobs to increase revenue stream and build customer loyalty and trust in their brand.

The Propellum job wrapping technology has been used extensively by major and niche job boards in the United States and Canada and has been accepted as the premium job wrapping vendor in North America for the last ten years. The range and quality of services has been instrumental in providing optimum services leaving behind a trail of happy and delighted customers.

The company offers high level of service at a cost that suits even small and medium job boards. Many start up job boards have used the service and found to their advantage the ease and cost effectiveness of the service.

For more information log on to propellum or call 866-208-5594 and discover the business prospects of job wrapping through Propellum.

Richard Fernandes