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ITsavvy rolls out savvy Talent Technical Staffing Solutions

The new offering takes advantage of the company’s deep connections in the US technology community.

ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing companies of its type in the U.S., just unveiled its trademarked savvyTalent technical staffing solutions. The new offering takes advantage of the company’s proven track record of attracting top talent and its deep connections in the U.S. technology community.

ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “This was a logical next step for us. We have always maintained a staff of technical experts that are the best in the industry, but it became clear to us that many other organizations aren’t that fortunate. They want the same level of experience and expertise without making a long-term hiring commitment.”

Theriault added that one of the keys to the company’s success has been the ability to recognize and hire the best and brightest, so it only made sense to extend that capability into the launch of a technical staffing service. The portfolio of skills that savvyTalent provides include:

&middot         Business and system analysis

&middot         Software development and support

&middot         Project management and support

&middot         Quality assurance management and support

&middot         Network and systems engineering and administration

&middot         Infrastructure operations and support

The savvyTalent solution is ideal for organizations that need top pre-screened and certified technical talent to deploy and implement IT solutions. To that end, ITsavvy will first identify the technical resources that the client requires and then ensure that those resources are available when and for as long as the client needs them. Clients also have the option of retaining savvyTalent consultants on a contractor basis indefinitely.

   John Skeffington, ITsavvy’s Manager of Talent Acquisitions stressed that, unlike recruiting and placement companies, savvyTalent gives clients the ability to integrate tech consultants with relevant skill sets at the beginning of a project. “Also, since talent placement is not our prime business at ITsavvy, we’re very competitive from a cost perspective,” he added. “Finally, since we have access to numerous in-house engineers and vendors, we can screen candidates both technically and behaviorally, as if we were hiring them to work full time for us.”


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