Non-IT Recruitment

With ten years of expertise and knowledge, we have the contacts to be able to discover passive candidates who are a perfect match for the role. Our database is enormous and includes clients and applicants nationwide. This indicates that it is possible to obtain candidates for the position who are more qualified than those the company would have discovered alone.

 Because each member of our team has extensive knowledge of their particular business, they can locate and get in touch with more prospects. You will be able to find a better fit for the position as an outcome of our recruiter’s access to a wider pool of applicants. 

Onshore Support

Our proven and highly regarded onshore structure is set within the solid foundations of good practice, excellent customer service, and complete compliance. This enables us to effectively and efficiently plan, recruit, and manage your workforce seamlessly. We aim to provide you with a flexible, customized, and cost-effective service that creates a long-lasting and valued relationship with your business.

On-site resources accommodate key stakeholders who have a preference for face-to-face communication.
Onshoring allows for in-person meetings when the company culture isn’t experienced in engaging with remote employees.

Offshore Support

Crossing oceans can be a good outsourcing solution when your projects are straightforward, well-defined and require minimal communication.

Offshoring is efficient for maintenance work on projects that are well-defined and don’t require strategic planning or ongoing communication.
Hourly rates for offshore developers tend to be lower, so delivery costs can be reduced (assuming equal levels of developer productivity).
Offshoring offers a “follow the sun” approach to development. U.S. developers can produce deliverables during normal working hours, while testing and maintenance activities can be completed “off hours.”

Whether you select an onshore, offshore team, it is essential to locate your business’s processes and functions in regions which will be the most suitable for the company in terms of resources, quality, and costs. Understanding the pros and cons of each model will help your team select a partner with confidence – know you’re getting the right resources, in the right place, with the right level of control.