nSight Hires New Account Manager to Bolster Technical Communications Outsourcing Services

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nSight Inc., a leading Boston-area communications services firm, continues to grow in the consulting and outsourced services market and has expanded its Technical Communications Services group by hiring Dustin Stimson as a new technical account manager.

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nSight Inc., a leading Boston-area communications services firm, continues to grow in the consulting and outsourced services market and has expanded its Technical Communications Services group by hiring Dustin Stimson as a new technical account manager. Stimson, a Stanford University graduate, will recruit permanent employees and contract technical writers, editors, project managers, XML developers, GUI design architects, and database and content management developers for nSight's outsourced project teams, as well as for clients' internal staffing needs. nSight's technical communications services help technology-centric companies write, produce, and deliver product documentation and online help systems with precision and attention to detail.

"Dustin brings a unique blend of candidate advocacy and understanding of clients' needs to nSight's technical recruiting team," said Nicole Cerimeli, Director of Technical Communications Services. "He will help us fill our network of senior technical communications staff in demand by blue chip companies, while also partnering with university undergrad and master programs to train up another generation of writers in the nSight approach." Companies can tap into nSight's deep pool of technical communications professionals, trainers, and consultants on an as-needed basis to complete short-term, time-sensitive projects, learn a new tool or skill, or analyze and improve content and workflows.

Assembling outsourced project teams is one of the company's key services. "Our significant and continued growth in the outsourced services market reflects the industry's reliance on nSight's experienced consulting and contract communications professionals to complete projects and increase the clarity of communications materials," Cerimeli said. Maintaining a continuous stream of quality candidates for both staff and project work is vital to nSight's success in the outsourced area.

With a background in high-tech recruiting for several well-known technical recruiting companies in the Philadelphia area, Stimson relocated to the Boston region in April. "My goal is to help candidates find positions that will benefit their careers in the long run, while at the same time ensuring a good fit with each client's unique needs," Stimson said. He will be working with three other company recruiters and be part of a 25-person technical communications group. "Dustin's ability to provide working solutions rather than just viewing recruiting as transactional will help him, and nSight, succeed," said Cerimeli.

nSight's deep network of technical writers, editors, and consultants are carefully screened and reflect a commitment to providing only top-quality professionals to fill client projects and outsourced teams. Stimson said he considers himself a pretty good judge of skills and character. "I do a good job of listening," he said. "You start to understand from what people are telling you by what they are not telling you," he added.

About nSight
nSight, Inc. (http://www.nSightWorks.com) is a professional services firm that helps organizations gain clarity, precision, and distinction in their technical and marketing communications, published works, and interactive learning materials. Founded in 1982, nSight offers a flexible combination of consulting, project outsourcing, staffing, and training services to provide customized solutions for any communications need. nSight's full-time staff of 40 and deep network of communications professionals serve clients in the high-tech, publishing, education, financial, and consulting/research industries. Some of the world's leading companies rely on nSight, including Microsoft, HP, EMC, Akamai, Harvard Business School, Pearson Education, Fidelity Investments, and FedEx.

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