Computer Systems Analysts Temp Jobs on the Rise

Posted by Chris Curtin on Apr 13, 2015 in Technology Financing | 0 comments |

Computer Systems Analysts Temp Jobs on the Rise

In 2017, there was a 69% increase in the hiring needs expectations of employers. This comes from those planning to hire temporary or contract workers. Indeed, staffing companies are reaping the benefits of this continuing trend.  The United State’s fastest-growing temp jobs that pay $15 an hour or more include: Computer system analysts are the #1 growing temp job at 11,802 jobs and a predicted 14,024 temp jobs in 2019. Next up are accountants and auditors, management analysts, computer user support specialists, application software...

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Factoring for Technology Companies

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jan 14, 2015 in Technology Financing | 3 comments |

Factoring for Technology Companies

Technology IT companies are experiencing a long period of growth and often use temporary staffing companies to fulfill their needs.   Over the last 14 years, IT employment has increased by more than 41%, compared to just 3.3% of total employment. Many expect IT temporary staffing to grow another 7% in 2015 and reach $27.8 billion- big business for tech companies. It also means they need to be ready with the proper working capital to take advantage of continuous growth. Big staffing companies clients often take 30-60 days to pay invoices. The...

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Factoring Tech Companies

Posted by Chris Curtin on Oct 21, 2013 in Business Tools, Technology Financing | 0 comments |

Factoring Tech Companies

Purchase Order Financing and Invoice Factoring Technology Companies can be the ideal solution to helping the IT industry with their cash flow needs.  Technology companies, whether a start-up or IT industry veteran, can run into cash flow issues. Tech companies can’t wait 30-60 days without getting paid. Not getting a payment and still expecting to meet payroll is impossible. All the more with having the working capital to expand to new markets. Factoring companies don’t look at your businesses credit. Instead, we look at the...

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