AudioEye, Inc. (OTC: AEYE) said that the company has signed licensing and reseller agreements with Professional Diversity Network, Inc. (NASDAQ: IPDN).
Headquartered in Chicago, PDN owns and operates professional networking communities, including iHispano.com for Hispanic professionals, BlackCareerNetwork.com for African American professionals, WomensCareerChannel.com for women, Military2Career.com for veterans, ProAble.net for professionals with disabilities, OutProNet.com for professionals in the LGBT community, and AsianCareerNetwork.com for Asian professionals. These websites can be accessed without charge by job seekers in their respective communities.
The companies said they have entered into an exclusive partnership for the online job postings marketplace that will provide core and differentiating advantages by audio enabling available digital jobs data. The arrangement is the first of its kind and brings tremendous benefits to companies by more efficiently reaching out to available talent.
Professional Diversity Network is a US-centric communications technology company that has revolutionized Internet-based digital media and information distribution for the job postings market by developing and operating online jobs websites dedicated to providing diverse professionals in the US with access to employment opportunities.
The AudioEye/Professional Diversity Network partnership draws much of its strength from the unique nature of each company´s offerings and capabilities. PDN users are located in every corner of the US, and AudioEye´s Audio Internet platform and technology works on any website on the Internet. Further, PDN´s diversity users are proven early-adopters of technology, and AudioEye provides a complete accessibility solution that, unlike other so-called compliant technologies, does not require users to rely on any other companies´ hardware, software or networks.
Professional Diversity Network (PDN) develops and operates online networks dedicated to serving diverse professionals in the US and providing them with access to employment opportunities. For more info, visit prodivnet.com.
AudioEye focuses on working to improve the mobility, usability and accessibility of all Internet-based content through the development, sale, licensing and use of its proprietary accessibility technologies. Visit http://www.audioeye.com for more information.