Solomon Consulting Group closes record first quarter
This success is driven by 16 new technical staffing placements throughout the Silicon Prairie region in Kansas and beyond through the end of March 2014. Solomon has helped place individuals specializing in software development, project management, business intelligence, mobile development, systems engineering, and more.
“By enabling 16 people to find contract and permanent placement opportunities we’re not only driving our business forward but also advancing IT careers in Kansas City,” said Solomon Vice President Karen Blue. “In addition, these placements are helping tech companies find the personnel who best meet their needs and whose personalities are a good company culture match.”
Solomon founder and CEO Grant Gordon recently nominated Blue for the Kansas City Business Journal’s 15th annual 25 Women Who Mean Business awards. The winners will be will be recognized at an awards luncheon and featured in a special supplement to a future issue of the publication. Gordon, Blue and Solomon’s Director of Strategic Consulting Darci Crow have led Solomon to rapid and sustained revenue increases in technical staffing, strategic consulting and other business areas in each of the past three years.
“Karen’s leadership in every area of the business have helped us grow while retaining our people-first philosophy,” Gordon said. “That’s why I believe she’s a worthy candidate for the Women Who Mean Business award.”