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Temporary Employment Website Selects TynTec for Mobile Updates

myFairPartner appoints mobile messaging operator for messaging functionality

London, March 16, 2010 - Temporary employment website provider myFairPartner (www.myfairpartner.com) has selected mobile messaging operator TynTec (www.tyntec.com) for mobile updates for candidates and employers.

TynTec will be powering all outbound mobile interactions on the site, enabling functionality such as interview scheduling, alerts and reminders to enhance the site's offering and to give users access to its functionality wherever they are. With the mobile messaging services, the site will be able to facilitate instantaneous communication with candidates and recruiters, thus accelerating the recruitment process and increasing convenience for users.

In addition, the site will use mobile numbers as part of the user validation process, with users being required to enter a valid mobile number when they register for the site, ensuring that all candidates are who they say they are.

myFairPartner is a new type of recruitment business, offering companies and candidates fair and open temporary recruitment services. The site enables simple interaction via the web and also through its mobile alerts, which enable users to get relevant updates wherever they are. The site is targeting 50,000 candidates and 5,000 clients in the next year.

Recruitment accounts for 5% of UK GDP and 5% of the country's workforce is made up of temporary workers, a total of 1.4 million employees. Meanwhile, the increasing growth of mobile working (with over one billion people predicted to be working on the move in 2011 by IDC), means that online and mobile job services are becoming increasingly valuable to candidates and employers.

Sven Stoecker, Managing Director of myFairPartner, said: "We selected TynTec because they could offer us an unparalleled level of reliability. When you're sending someone information about something as important as a job interview, you need to know that the message is going to arrive and only TynTec can provide that sort of guarantee.

"Mobile messaging enables us to offer a more engaging service for our clients and candidates and, by helping us automate certain processes, it helps us to reduce our overhead."

Michael Kowalzik, CEO of TynTec, said: "MyFairPartner is a fantastic example of a creative web business who roll-up the recruitment sector with an innovative mobile service. It also shows how web businesses can simply and effectively integrate mobile messaging into their offerings. By giving their candidates and clients the option of contact via mobile they can reach out to them wherever they are, helping them to make the most of the opportunities that the site offers.

"Our delivery guarantees make sure that MyFairPartner can offer a real differentiation in the market - the provision of first class mobile services to their customers."


About TynTec
TynTec is a mobile messaging operator, offering enterprise-quality SMS services to mobile network operators, enterprises, internet companies and mobile services providers.

The company offers operator-level messaging services through its unique multiple points of connectivity into the deep level global mobile network (SS7) and its proprietary technical infrastructure. Because TynTec acts as a messaging operator it can offer more advanced and reliable services than traditional SMS providers and can back up its services with rigorous service level agreements (SLAs).

TynTec offers its clients a broad range of messaging services including outbound mobile messaging (enterprise and banking messaging, SMS Hubbing), unified inbound communications (reception of voice, SMS, fax, etc.) and real time network data (home network, location and/or subscriber availability information).

Based in the UK, Germany and Singapore, TynTec works with clients including O2, Lufthansa Systems, Nokia, Amadeus, Verisign and Skype.

About myFairPartner
myFairPartner is a new, completely online temporary employment business in the UK. It is revolutionary in that it is the first in the market to successfully integrate all aspects of temporary recruitment into one, simple online portal. With the click of a button and platform to mobile connections, hiring can be done instantly and around the clock.

myFairPartner offers its clients the perfect solution for their staffing needs. Clients are able to input what skills, qualifications and availability they need and then apply that to a search. Hundreds of matches are displayed and in just a couple minutes, interviewing or hiring can begin. This creates a one stop shop for filling vacancies. All human resource tasks including scheduling, payroll and invoicing are available in one convenient location within the website.

Best of all, myFairPartner's fee is only 50 pence per hour on top of the regular costs. myFairPartner offers superior service at the smallest price.


For more information:
Patrick Herridge
Parys Communications
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Stefanie Machauf
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Kristin Brown
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