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Hazlet, NJ, United States, 2010/05/19 - Comrise, a minority-owned, global staffing and consulting business, added 3 case studies to its corporate website, outlining successful project solutions provided to clients.
Earlier this month, Comrise, a global minority-owned staffing and consulting firm, added a "Case Studies" page to its corporate website. Each case study outlines how Comrise's project solutions have addressed specific issues for our clients around the world, which provides prospective clients and candidates with insight on service offerings Comrise has successfully provided in the past.
The case studies are organized by the type of solution provided to our clients: Production Support, Application Development, and Network Upgrade.
In the upcoming weeks, Comrise will be publishing new case studies on our global resource offerings such as Staff Augmentation and Payrolling, which will provide greater insight on successful projects Comrise has completed over the past 26 years.
Comrise (comrise.com), a minority-owned, global staffing and consulting business certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. With offices in the U.S. and China, Comrise provides Staffing, Recruiting, Payrolling Services, and Project Solutions on a global scale.
established in 1984. In its early history, Comrise embarked upon several long-term marketing and bidding proposals in both the commercial and governmental arena. From 1990 through 1994, Comrise was a subcontractor to CSC on the ERSDSII for the Federal Aviation Administration, providing project outsourcing and acting as a LAN value added reseller. In 1996, Comrise began to add to its technical expertise and managerial depth by hiring key Bell Labs Executives.
Subsequently, the business focus shifted to providing staffing, consulting and project outsourcing services to giant Telecommunications clients. This resulted in sustained, rapid business growth, which was soon followed by geographic expansion. In 1998 Comrise expanded its presence by opening a branch office in Washington, DC. In anticipation of the Asian market explosion, Comrise proceeded to expand in 2000 with a satellite office in Beijing, China and began developing working relationships with local companies there. Over the past decade, Comrise has diversified its service offerings to align with industries outside of telecommunications and moreover, has expanded its presence in China with new offices in Chengdu, Qingdao, Shanghai and Hong Kong, China.