in the company's staff augmentation segment, which includes information technology and telecom staffing as well as VMS services, rose 3.5%. Fanning said increased sales to technical and IT customers propelled
Borgstrom has been on Analysts' board since Mary 2008 and has more than 25 years of experience in the information technology services industry, according to the company.
Borgstrom spent the past five years
quarter. Clerical first-quarter revenue fell 16.1% year-over-year to $161.2 million, information technology revenue fell 25.8% to $117.3 million and finance & accounting revenue fell 22.2% to $22.4 million
in providing the necessary working capital to accelerate the growth in iLabor and a key milestone in our transition from our legacy staffing business to our iLabor technology platform."
Traina continued, "We