Cummins Launches SmartPhone App for Job Seekers

(Press Release)
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
(Photo: Cummins)
Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) unveiled its first Smartphone application allowing job seeking candidates the ability to interact with 3D versions of its latest engine technologies and search for a new career with the company.
“Our Smartphone app connects with candidates everywhere, anytime” said Richard Whitney, global recruiting brand leader. “We are actively hiring new talent and the app is perfect for job seekers both looking for a new career and conducting company research”. The app’s intelligent display also provides users the ability to navigate through the engine sub-systems manufactured by Cummins simply by touching the screen. It allows for zoom and rotate functionality that gives a close up look at Cummins most popular technologies.
“The virtual engine is the first of its kind for a Smartphone app” said Whitney. “We wanted to make the science and technology inside a diesel engine accessible and understandable for both middle school students interested in engineering and the experienced automotive engineer looking for a new career. It gives mobile users an insider’s view at the industry-leading technology powering our global growth.”
Included in the app is information about current sustainability initiatives such as environmental stewardship, corporate responsibility, employee relations, transparent governance and financial growth.
Available on the iPhone and Android operating system, users can download the free application by visiting the Apple App Store and Android Marketplace, or at http://cumminscareersapp.com .
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