Redmatch recently signed an agreement to host the job portals for three leading publishers in India, Hong Kong and Indonesia that has brought the number of Redmatch implementations in Asia Pacific to nine.
The online job boards in Australia, China, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia are already fully operational while the sites in India, Indonesia and Hong Kong will be going live by the end of this year.
With so much traffic coming from the Asia Pacific region, Redmatch has decided to host the Asia Pacific portals from a powerful hosting farm in Singapore.
"We are very proud of our success in Asia Pacific growing our footprint to nine countries in the important Asia Pacific market, and we will be expanding further with the help of our partners," says Daniel Avidor, president and CEO, Redmatch Ltd.
Redmatch Ltd is exclusively represented in Asia Pacific by Medialive Pte Ltd and its managing director, Reiner Ebenhoch adds, "In just two years Redmatch has established itself as the leading provider of online job portals for newspapers in Asia.
"Redmatch functionality, and in particular the sophisticated matching engine that matches automatically real time between candidates skills and position requirements, makes it the most comprehensive online recruitment product out there.
"It helps newspaper publishers not only in the transition from print to a multiple media provider but as well in the next required step from a print provider to a service provider."
Amongst the Redmatch users in Asia Pacific are Star Publications (M) Bhd in Malaysia, Post Publishing Public Company Ltd in Thailand, Singapore Press Holdings Ltd, West Australian Newspapers Holdings Limited, and Beijing Fesco Jpiredmatch Technology Co., Ltd in China.