Andrew Braswell is a Senior Research Analyst at Staffing Industry Analysts, covering the IT segment of temporary staffing, along with merger and acquisition activity in the sector and issues related to the Affordable Care Act. Prior to joining SIA in May 2013, he spent more than eight years in equity investment research, most recently as Director of Research for a boutique investment banking and advisory firm. Andrew has been a featured speaker for numerous conferences, presentations and media interviews, including CNBC’s Squawk Box. Earning his BBA from the University of Miami in 2002, Andrew majored in entrepreneurship and minored in English.
8 September 2015
- Compare the value proposition of SOW projects and managed services vs staff aug and outsourcing
- Understand the four common pricing models and type of engagement to which each is best suited
- Explore strategic considerations for pricing and sourcing of SOW projects and services
8 September 2015
A new report based on the results of Staffing Industry Analysts' 2015 Global Contingent Buyers Survey takes a closer look at the exact skills that are in greatest demand. Companies provided open-ended responses to the question, “What specific skills are you having the greatest challenge... More
8 August 2015
IT staffing firms led all other segments of the professional staffing sector in terms of representation on SIA’s recently updated list of largest U.S. staffing firms.
13 July 2015
- Euro SISI gained 24% in the first half of 2015
- Beat FTSE Euro Mid (+8.8%) and US SISI (+13%)
- Euro Staffing Tech index gained 56%
7 July 2015
SOW engagements represent an opportunity for staffing firms to build more consultative relationships with customers, differentiate their offerings and potentially enhance profitability.
19 June 2015
- What is driving the rise in SOW?
- How are the risks and opportunities different than staffing?
- Is this market a viable path to growth for your firm?
10 June 2015
In recent years, the annual caps for H-1B visas have been met within the first week the government begins accepting petitions for the visa. However, some may be gaming the system.
12 May 2015
Firms positioned well to tap market demand continue to prosper; others are scrambling to find their feet.
30 April 2015
- Overview of work migration policies of major staffing markets
- Includes Australia, the EU, Japan and the US
8 April 2015
IT staffing market in the US is anticipated to grow 7% in 2015 and 6% in 2016.