CIS Revenues Double for the Automotive Sector

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CIS Revenues Double for the Automotive Sector
CIS Revenues Double for the Automotive Sector

Despite the skills shortage in the automotive industry, CIS Electronics Engineering’s contracting activities in the sector have increased by over 100%. In 2014 CIS expanded its business in the automotive market, supplying contract Embedded Systems engineering skills for the “next generation” automotive industry.
CEO John Ryan states, “Under the banners of CISXperts for on-site contractors, euroXperts for remote Europe-based contractors, and globalXperts for remote contractors in the rest of the world, we have aligned our focus to provide exactly what our Engineering clients need.”

Bringing talent to customers

Five are the guiding principles behind CIS’s model: an extensive global network of talent, a strategic focus on first-time contractors, a pro-active customer alert system, a candidate-driven approach, and a rigorous, project-based customer qualification and process control.
 

Posted on October 11, 2019 - (387 views)
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