ADTECH partners with onTargetjobs.com for an ad serving agreement

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ADTECH,áa leader in digital ad serving solutions, announced today that it has signed onTargetjobs, an Internet job board, to an ad serving agreement. The decision to work with ADTECH came after a competitive review that included some of the leading firms in the industry.

Under the terms of the agreement,áADTECH will deploy its Helios IQ ad serving solution across such job sites as healthecareers.com, careerbank.com, hcareers.com and medhunters.com. OnTargetjob's network of job sites provides online career services to the accounting, biotech, finance, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, pharmaceutical, restaurant and retail markets.

ADTECH will be providing onTargetJobs.com with its Helios IQ ad serving solution, helping the site to best monetize its traffic through display ads, according to Nils Winkler, managing director and senior vice president of sales for Adtech US.

"Our Helios IQ solution continues to evolve as the industry standard for companies looking to maximize the return on their online inventory," Winkler wrote in an e-mail. "We are excited to be working with onTargetjobs and look forward to helping them best monetize their traffic."

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