Company’s Leading Talent Management Solutions Helps Multinational Clients Achieve Business Success and Global Recognition

ATLANTA, Ga. and MELBOURNE, Australia – June 19, 2012 – PageUp People, a Multinational Talent Management solutions provider, today announced that nine of its clients were recognized on Fortune Magazine’s list of the World’s Most Admired Companies, with one client winning the top spot as Australia’s Most Admired Company. This recognition of its clients further positions PageUp People as the leading provider of talent management solutions companies can rely on for successful international growth and maximum return on human capital investment.

The recognition of its clients further positions PageUp People as the leading provider of talent management solutions specialized to support successful international growth by helping employers overcome the inherent challenges of cross-border and multi-cultural operations. As PageUp People provides the innovative technology, consulting services and workforce intelligence needed to successfully manage a multinational workforce, the organization is proud to have played a role in helping its clients receive the honorable distinction.

“We are very excited to see so many of our clients honored among the World’s Most Admired Companies, and we are proud that our SaaS-based unified talent management platform has assisted them in developing the business processes that have earned them such recognition,” said Karen Cariss, CEO of PageUp People. “The strong showing emphasizes how PageUp People’s industry-leading multinational talent management solutions help clients to achieve business success and attain global recognition.”

The World’s Most Admired Companies is based on a global survey conducted by Fortune in conjunction with Hay Group, a global management consulting firm. Now in its fifteenth year, the survey focuses on the corporate reputations of Fortune 1000 companies as well as the largest Global 500 companies and top foreign companies operating in the U.S. The survey was sent to more than 10,000 senior executives, board directors and expert analysts, who rated each company against nine performance dimensions. The returns were then used to calculate an overall reputation score for each company, and the 50 companies with the highest scores were designated as the World’s Most Admired Companies.