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[November 14, 2012]

Coyote Logistics Implements Hireology's Selection Management System

Chicago, IL, Nov 14, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Today, Coyote Logistics, the fastest growing transportation and logistics service provider in North America, has announced their partnership with Hireology, the leader in Selection Management, as its platform for hiring and verification services. Through this partnership, the Coyote Logistics Human Resources department will utilize Hireology's online selection management platform to improve placement results and further cement their position as one of Chicago's Top Workplaces.

"It's an honor to help a fellow Chicago company with their selection process, especially one as influential as Coyote Logistics," said Hireology CEO, Adam Robinson. "We are looking forward to a long and productive partnership." Hireology, also based in Chicago, Illinois, will provide Coyote Logistics access to its proprietary Selection Manager(TM) software, which includes online applicant management, job profiling, skills testing, behavioral interview guides and verification services, including background checks and skills testing.

"Hireology's interview guides and verification services are great tools for our hiring process," said Colleen Brenner, Coyote Recruiting Manager. Besides being listed as one of Chicago's top workplaces, Coyote was also recognized as an Inc. 500 company and awarded a 2012 Chicago Innovation Award.

About Hireology Hireology's award-winning Selection Management System helps companies organize their hiring process and leverage data to make better hiring decisions. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology's patent-pending Selection Manager(TM) to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to better hiring decisions, lower turnover, and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit

About Coyote Logistics Coyote Logistics LLC was launched in 2006 to bring a better experience to the transportation industry. Jeff Silver, Coyote CEO, and the founding team that he recruited to join him, started the business armed with the technology, industry experience, financial firepower and 'No Excuses' mentality to provide a better choice. Coyote is the preferred choice of shippers throughout North America for variable freight capacity needs, networked consistent capacity solutions, Collaborative Transportation Management (CTM), and supply chain outsourcing. Coyote provides multimodal solutions to more than 10,000 customers through its network of more than 40,000 transportation providers and serves a variety of industries including food and beverage, forest products, metals, plastics, consumer products, and government services.

Coyote is headquartered in Chicago, IL with over 1,200 employees in North America. Coyote has been named to the Inc. Magazine 500 list of the fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S. for two consecutive years. Coyote's growth is supported by its financial partner, Warburg Pincus LLC, of New York, NY. For more information about Coyote please visit

For more information: Erin Borgerson, Hireology, 312-253-9246, eborgerson(at)hireology(dot)com Read the full story at

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