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Saturday, October 25, 2008


Taco Bell Franchisee Utilizes New Applicant Tracking System

Lockwood-McKinnon Taco Ventures, a Taco Bell franchisee with 20 restaurants in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and JobApp Network announced a new agreement encompassing the franchisee's restaurants with its applicant tracking system. The decision to renew and add the balance of their restaurants to the agreement was based on the results of a highly successful initial roll-out involving 10 restaurants.

JobApp Network released its enterprise-class solution for Taco Bell franchisees in late 2007 and Lockwood-McKinnon became the first Taco Bell franchisee to begin hiring with the JobApp Network QSR solution. Lockwood-McKinnon selected JobApp Network to help cut time-to-hire, cost-to-hire and reduce turnover.

JobApp Network provides a complete phone and web-based hiring solution. By utilizing JobApp, Taco Bell franchisees are able to achieve competitive hiring advantages and enable applicants to apply by phone or Web, 24x7.

"We are extremely pleased with JobApp's results and our managers appreciate the time savings and how easy it is to use. The phone and web format fits our job candidates perfectly. People are no longer just knocking on doors to find a job, but are looking to find jobs on the internet and using tools like their PC and cell phone to apply for jobs. As an owner, I appreciate the impact of the solution on recruiting, hiring and training costs," said Gordon McKinnon, an owner of the franchisee.

"Since 1998, we have processed millions of applicants on behalf of customers ranging from the 2000 U.S. Census to Church's Chicken. Our QSR solution for Taco Bell franchisees brings a superior phone and web-based solution to individual Taco Bell franchisees for a low monthly fee," stated JobApp Network Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Ken Lang.


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