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Interoute Application Management enters global distribution partnership with Hireserve

London, 23 October 2012 - Interoute Application Management, an application managed services specialist and progressive cloud services provider, is partnering with Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Hireserve, to sell Hireserve's iCams product suite via Interoute's cloud as part of its Software as a Service (SaaS) Acceleration Programme. This brings enhanced disaster recovery and security to Hireserve's application, and Interoute's programme offers the business additional support for marketing and selling initiatives.

iCams is Hireserve's e-recruitment platform which supports the entire recruitment process and allows organisations to manage their recruitment process from the initial vacancy posting through to screening, selection and hiring. It also provides integration with social networks, online testing, mobile platforms and internal systems such as HR. Being part of Interoute's SaaS Acceleration Programme reduces the time, complexity and costs of implementing the application, and ensures that Hireserve is able to meet ad hoc demands from customers who continue to need increased security and flexibility. iCams is already used by organisations including Oracle, the RNLI, eircom, the General Medical Council and Deloitte.

Hireserve has been working with Interoute Application Management for a year now and all existing customers have been transferred across to the new model, ensuring they are experiencing the benefits of the SaaS Acceleration Programme alongside new customers. For Interoute customers using iCams, the new level of service wrap means they have access to a wide range of applications which they can easily and quickly choose from, safe in the knowledge that there will be no integration issues as they are delivered via their usual network.

Jeremy Ovenden, Hireserve's Managing Director, commented: "During the last year, Interoute has developed a strong understanding of our iCams e-recruitment platform and its strengths in the market which it serves. They have worked with us to support our business objectives and refine the infrastructure to meet the requirements of our specific application. We are delighted to join a mutual partnership with Interoute and look forward to enjoying a successful future together."

Steve Mace, Head of Cloud Services Sales, Interoute Application Management commented: "Our SaaS Transformation Programme serves a dual purpose; to provide ISV partners with the technology and business support to meet their own customer demands for SaaS delivery and to offer our 10,000+ customers a range of top applications seamlessly integrated within their own network. As such, we will only work with top quality applications which we know our customers will be interested in. We are very pleased to be able to offer our customers Hireserve's iCams product suite as our e-recruitment platform of choice."

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Interoute Application Management
Interoute Application Management (formerly Quantix Ltd) is a leading provider of Managed Cloud Services, Managed Application Services and Infrastructure Solutions for Enterprises and Independent Software Vendors.

IAM was acquired by Interoute Communications Ltd, owner operator of Europe's largest cloud services platform, in 2011. Now a pan-European provider, IAM is able to provide end-to-end hosted and on-premise support solutions for critical database and application environments, seamlessly integrating the management of critical applications with the network and infrastructure.

IAM was one of the first UK Oracle Platinum Partner, is now among the most specialized, including in Exadata, and is one of just six companies in the UK approved to optimise Oracle licences. It is also a Microsoft Gold Partner and Websense Platinum Partner. Compliant with ISO 9001, ISO 27001 and ISO 20000, IAM employs ethical hackers and externally audits its systems to ensure a highly secure environment.

IAM's proven application and security expertise combined with production-ready services such as Enterprise Cloud Hosting, Oracle Application Support, Cloud Disaster Recovery and ISV SaaS Enablement, delivers considerable IT cost savings and de-risk technology investments to many FTSE 100 companies. http://www.interoute-iam.com/

Hireserve
Hireserve's Applicant Tracking System (ATS), iCams, is a one-stop "software as a service" recruitment platform, managing the recruitment process from initial vacancy posting through to screening, selection and hiring.

With over 15 years' experience of providing recruitment technology, Hireserve's expert, knowledgeable and resourceful technical and project management teams produce the innovative solutions with a core focus on the design, development and delivery of efficient and effective recruitment software.

Hireserve's priority continues to be delivering flexible and intuitive recruitment technology whilst providing the very best customer care, advice and support. http://www.hireserve.com

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