-based information technology staffing and solutions firm posted third-quarter gross margin of 25.0 percent, up from 22.5 percent in the year-ago quarter.
Net income jumped to $1.8 million in the third quarter from
is increased use of part-time hiring to retain flexibility amid growth. Another was cloud computing, which was seen as a tool that can free up capital typically spent on technology infrastructure.
percent of respondents plan to hire for engineering positions and 8 percent have plans to hire information technology specialists.
When considering new hires, employers who responded to the hiring trends
and Exchange Commission. The deal also calls for earn-out payments of up to $33.6 million.
Based in Kansas City, Mo., Epiq’s service lines include legal technology for electronic discovery and other services
particularly strong demand in the technology and accounting segments.
U.S. staffing operations revenue in the fourth quarter was $618 million, up 19 percent on a year-over-year basis, the company reported