|By Business Wire||
|May 19, 2014 11:18 AM EDT||
Harvey Nash Inc., an IT recruitment, IT outsourcing/offshoring and executive search firm, today announced Sean Gilligan will lead Harvey Nash’s Enterprise Technology Delivery service, which specifically addresses the high-volume IT staffing needs of the Fortune 1000. As vice president, enterprise accounts, Sean will oversee all recruiting, sales and delivery for Harvey Nash enterprise accounts throughout the United States.
Gilligan started as a recruiter at Harvey Nash, was promoted to manager of the Denver, Colorado office and was then charged with directing the Seattle, Washington office. Most recently, Gilligan has been heavily involved in the expansion of Harvey Nash’s Enterprise Technology Delivery service line, driving performance across multiple U.S. markets. Gilligan has been instrumental in developing this innovative line of service and will now manage and continue to expand it on a national basis.
“Our Enterprise Technology Delivery offering has grown considerably, as more and more employers look to position their contingent workforce strategy as a competitive differentiator,” said Harvey Nash Inc. President and CEO Bob Miano. “Sean has a deep understanding of the market dynamics and is the perfect advocate to position the value Harvey Nash delivers as an IT recruiting partner that excels at meeting the specific needs of enterprise client requirements.”
“Our team is focused on responding to high-volume enterprise staffing needs with the right balance of speed and quality,” said Gilligan. “Harvey Nash’s unique delivery model has worked exceedingly well and has allowed us to quickly grow this line of service tailored for specific client requirements. It’s exciting to be a change agent, helping reshape the dynamics of the IT talent market.”
About Enterprise Technology Delivery
Harvey Nash’s Enterprise Technology Delivery enables high-volume enterprise clients to achieve higher value from their contingent workforce programs. The service offering specifically addresses the IT staffing needs of the Fortune 1000 with high-volume requirements, enabled with VMS technology and guided by MSPs, to procure high-quality contingent labor with a unique delivery model. Enterprise Technology Delivery combines offshore and onshore sourcing and recruiting resources to deliver a balance of quality and speed that competitors cannot match.
Harvey Nash works round the clock, applying its deep recruiting expertise with its computer science-degreed sourcing team in Vietnam to put best-match talent in front of clients faster than anyone else can.
About Harvey Nash Inc.
Harvey Nash Inc. is the U.S. division of the Harvey Nash Group, a global professional recruitment firm and IT outsourcing service provider traded on the London Stock Exchange since 1997. Harvey Nash has helped over half the world’s leading companies recruit, source and manage the highly skilled talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive, global and technology driven world. With 7,000 experts in 40 offices across Europe, Asia and North America, Harvey Nash has the reach and resources of a global organization, and it fosters a culture of innovation and agility that empowers all employees across the world to respond to constantly changing client needs. Harvey Nash Inc. works with clients, both big and small, to deliver a portfolio of services: IT recruitment, IT outsourcing/offshoring and executive search. To learn more, please visit www.harveynashusa.com. Follow us: www.twitter.com/harveynashusa and www.facebook.com/harveynashusa.
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