Randstad Technologies

overstaffed benches are out. zero bench is in. are you ready for 'just in time' hiring?

Ready-to-deploy IT talent with on-demand niche skills, made possible only with right talent and right partner.

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staffing solutions that accelerate business growth

Thanks to new challenges facing the IT industry, talent is being used only when needed - in the exact number needed. Our virtual bench of technology talent will give your business the power to scale with agility within a few hours so that you can focus on value addition and growth.

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Ullhas Pagey - Head Human Capital and Organisational Development - Share Khan Ltd.
Despite the fact that Randstad is a pretty large organization it still retains the attributes of being agile, being fast in responses and being nimble footed. Our relationship with Randstad is not just a vendor-supplier relationship but a business partner relationship...

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