First, you determine what it is you need. Do you need to staff for a short time, long time, or permanently? Is there a deadline, a certain budget, or specific technologies or products involved? The answers will provide you with a place in which to start looking at potential partnerships.
Here are some questions to ask that will help guide you into finding an IT consulting firm that will fit your needs and create a successful partnership.
2) Do they completely understand your needs? Some people will agree with anything a prospective client says or asks for just to get them to sign on. That’s not helpful at all. You need to assure that your specific needs can be met and if there are some details you need to work on, the firm can help you create a strategic staffing plan that will work best for you.
3) What is the talent pool like? Most staffing agencies take great pride in cultivating their talent pool of technology professionals. They have been already been vetted, tested, and proven to be worthy candidates for open positions.
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