ServiceStop Goes Wireless

ServiceStop, a provider of Web-based employee programs, is joining the growing trend in mobile computing abilities. The Seattle-based company recently launched ServiceStop Wireless to allow its users to access its timesaving services from any Internet-ready mobile telephone.

“If a ServiceStop customer received a call on the way to work telling him that an important business associate was arriving in town on an earlier than scheduled flight, he could immediately log on to the site, order a town-car to receive the guest and schedule food delivery for the meeting, all before parking the car,” says ServiceStop Founder and CEO Jon Clemens.

The two-year old company helps other companies to improve efficiencies in employee recruiting and retention. Headquartered in Seattle, ServiceStop also has offices in San Francisco and New York.

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