Essen, Germany, February 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Originally from Vienna, Christian Rozsenich took over for Wolfgang Kitza as CEO of the Clickworker crowdsourcing platform in Essen, Germany and San Francisco, USA. Under his guidance, Clickworker is on course to sharpen its service profile and continue expansion in Europe and the United States.
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Paid Crowdsourcing – a Business Scheme with Strong Potential
Founded over six years ago, Clickworker offers micro jobs to its international crowd of over 160,000 clickworkers, thus realizing large-scale projects for major customers and small and medium-sized companies at record speeds.
Freelance journalist Frank Puscher interviews Christian Rozsenich, CEO at Clickworker.
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About Paid Crowdsourcing
With Paid Crowdsourcing, companies outsource highly diverse tasks and projects to the Internet where they are processed by a large number of Internet users, the so-called "Crowd." Professional crowdsourcing companies handle this process. They ensure that the projects are scheduled, placed on the online platform as tasks and processed by the Crowd on a freelance and fee basis. Companies are increasingly reverting to this system because this enables the quick and efficient handling of projects for which they lack resources.
Clickworker, founded in Germany in 2005 and operating in the U.S. since early 2010, is a premier global provider of quality-assured crowdsourcing solutions. By breaking jobs into micro-tasks, Clickworker engages its reliable, flexible and diverse workforce of Internet-savvy workers on an as-needed, scalable basis.
For clients globally, the benefits of tapping into Clickworker’s “crowd in the cloud” include accelerated execution of projects, compressed time-to-market, and cost savings, applicable across an array of business challenges.
For more information, visit: http://www.clickworker.com