ServiceStop Joins Wireless Internet Market, Expands Access to Custom Services Available On the Go

ServiceStop, providing Web-based employee programs, joined the growing trend in mobile computing abilities with the recent launch of ServiceStop Wireless.

The enhancement enables users to access ServiceStop's timesaving services from any Internet-ready mobile telephone, the company announced today.

"As active professionals, our clients appreciate saving time whenever and wherever possible," said Jon Clemens founder and CEO of ServiceStop. "Mobile computing is a rapidly growing market and the launch of ServiceStop Wireless is an aggressive step in providing our customers access to our services while on the go, without being tied to their desktop PC."

Designed to add time to personal and professional lives, ServiceStop complements traditional work/life benefit programs. ServiceStop has extensive relationships with top-quality local, regional and national service providers who deliver their services directly to the employee's home or work.

Using wireless Internet access, ServiceStop customers can schedule a variety of services, such as food delivery, on-site car care, and house cleaning, while in transit or outside of the office.

"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," said Clemens. "It doesn't matter where you travel -- across town or across the country, these timesaving services are all in the palm of your hand."

More than half of all adult Americans own mobile phones and approximately 5.7 million mobile phone users have Internet-ready devices, according to a recent survey published this year in Red Herring.

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