NextGen Information Services, Inc. Introduces CHAMBA USA

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National staffing, recruiting and consulting firm expands global talent network with innovative new program.

“Our founder, Carmen Jacob is a native of Guatemala and as one of the leading Hispanic-owned businesses in the country, it’s a natural fit for us to recruit from the Hispanic market. “

Lori Eaton, Vice President of NextGen Information Services, Inc., a national staffing, recruiting and consulting firm in St. Louis, has announced NextGen’s newest service offering, Chamba USA, which includes a nationwide pipeline of IT resources, specializing in software development and recruited from Mexico.

The initiative is in response to the changing landscape of business and technology in a global economy and the changing demographics of the workforce forecast for 2020. According to Eaton, “Scarcity of talent is one of the most critical business risks today, and for today’s tightening talent market we have expanded our service offerings and talent community with this program, and strengthened our ability to optimize our workforce with an ideal blend of resources.”

The Chamba USA project is also designed to help organizations meet their diversity objectives, bridge the talent gap while mitigating cost and intended for those seeking IT talent with unique skill sets and consultants who are bilingual. The program includes processes designed to ease every transition area from Visas to clients’ and consultants’ vested interests by newly appointed on-staff Hispanic consultants. The initiative is also part of NextGen’s global expansion and ongoing commitment to diversity in business. According to NextGen’s CEO, Carmen Jacob, “Intercultural business relationships are important and it is a genuine part of our mission to cultivate a diverse workforce, as we expand our worldwide talent community.”

“By 2050, Latinos will account for up to 30% of the US population. This new service offering which includes bringing on board the best and brightest IT talent from Mexico, is an example of how we at NextGen are preparing for future climate changes in the workforce and maintaining a competitive edge,” said Eaton. “Our founder, Carmen Jacob is a native of Guatemala and as one of the leading Hispanic-owned businesses in the country, it’s a natural fit for us to recruit from the Hispanic market. “

About NextGen
NextGen Information Services, Inc. is a leading information technology and professional staffing and recruiting firm providing Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and emerging tech organizations with a diverse talent community. The $75+ million company headquartered in St. Louis, has satellite offices across the country and 300+ billable consultants. The firm has been named as Missouri’s Minority Business of the Year 2014, by Governor Nixon, one of the top privately held companies and fastest growing companies in St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal, Hispanic Company of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis in 2013. The firm has also been awarded by Ernst and Young, Enterprising Women Magazine, along with numerous honors from Inc. Magazine, Diversity Inc. and Diversity Business. The company has a tenured recruiting team and sourcing division responsible for placing more than 4,000 people with companies across the United States. NextGen Information Services, Inc. is a Certified Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise and Certified by the State of Missouri and the Minority Supplier Development Council.

For more information, visit http://www.nextgen-is.com.
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