Now a mobile app to get jobs delivered everywhere, every time

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Veuon, a Chennai-based company, has launched the first-of-its-kind mobile application to connect job providers and jobseekers through global positioning system.

With the dawn of the new era, mobile applications are now an integral part of our lives. We use mobile applications for anything and everything today. So why should search for jobs and candidates be left out.

This is why, it did not come as a surprise when Veuon Technologies, a company based out of Chennai, launched its first-of-a-kind HR Mobile App VEUON. Through this application, jobseekers can now carry the perfect employment platform in their pockets. The app claims to use innovative cutting-edge technology to not only connect relevant employees to their potential employers, it also informs jobseekers of the suitable positions across industry verticals, experience levels and geographies.

Veuon is the widest and most sophisticated job seeking, career and talent management platform working globally. There are two versions of the app in the market, with one focusing on the needs of the employers and the other on the jobseekers.

The job providers can run their requirements for a nominal payment, while the jobseekers can provide their details free of cost. Based on parameters of skill, experience and distances, the search engine connects the job providers to job seekers.

The apps’ high-end algorithm matches the recruiters and the job seekers, and when they are within a range of 1-km radius, both of them are identified with an alert on their respective smartphone.

Veuon is currently available on Android v2.0 and higher. The company soon hopes to expand the reach of the app by launching it on Apple Store.

The app is user-friendly and ensures a swift connection between human resource managers and employees anytime and anywhere.

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