Incendia Partners, Dissero Form Strategic Alliance

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Incendia Partners and Dissero, two fast-growing technology staffing firms, have teamed up to provide corporations across the U.S. with a wide array of IT staffing services. Incendia of Framingham, Massachusetts, assists companies with finding contract workers who specialize in technology. Dissero, with offices in Burlington, Massachusetts, and Malvern, Pennsylvania, is a permanent staffing firm focused on working with emerging growth technology companies. The strategic alliance between Incendia and Dissero aims to provide businesses with a complete solution for their IT staffing needs.

At Dissero, we consider ourselves partners with the companies we work with

Incendia Partners and Dissero, two fast-growing technology staffing firms, have teamed up to provide corporations across the U.S. with a wide array of IT staffing services.

Incendia of Framingham, Massachusetts, assists companies with finding contract workers who specialize in technology. Contract workers are an important barometer for the health of the technology industry since businesses turn to these individuals to fill available positions when the supply of full-time talent tightens.

Dissero, with offices in Burlington, Massachusetts, and Malvern, Pennsylvania, is a permanent staffing firm focused on working with emerging growth technology companies. The strategic alliance between Incendia and Dissero aims to provide businesses with a complete solution for their IT staffing needs.

"Each member of the Incendia and Dissero teams have developed depth and breadth of knowledge about their respective niches in the technology job market by working with IT companies for more than a decade," said Robert Recchia, who founded Incendia with partner Brian Aldrich in 2002. "Our collaboration will further enhance our ability to find the most qualified candidates for our clients."

Both Incendia and Dissero distinguish themselves from their peers by focusing on building relationships with companies, and becoming a true extension of their organization. By earning the trust of their clients, Incendia and Dissero often are able to offer candidates exclusive access to positions.

"At Dissero, we consider ourselves partners with the companies we work with," said Keith Cline, founder and principal of the firm. "We make the extra effort to understand our client's business and growth strategy, and from that, the mix of skills they'll depend on to be successful. Incendia shares that philosophy and we are excited to work with them."

The strategic alliance is effective immediately. More information about Incendia Partners can be found on the company's Web site, http://www.incendiapartners.com, or by calling (508) 620-5343. Information on Dissero can be found on its Web site, http://www.dissero.com, or by telephone at (866) 588-8046.

About Incendia Partners

Incendia Partners of Framingham, Massachusetts, provides contract staffing services for technology firms across the U.S. Founded in 2002, the company offers extensive industry experience and develops exclusive relationships with individuals and businesses to achieve results. More information about Incendia Partners can be found on the company's Web site, http://www.incendiapartners.com.

About Dissero

Dissero, with offices in Burlington, Massachusetts, and Malvern, Pennsylvania, provides strategic recruiting services for emerging growth companies. Since it was established in 2002, the company has specialized in developing teams for the software and professional services industries, working with high-tech businesses that are either privately funded or backed by venture capital. In addition to assisting companies with filling executive and mid-management positions, Dissero has advised companies on their organizational development and structure. More information about Dissero can be found on the company's Web site, http://www.dissero.com.

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