Abhidi is a leading IT Staff Augmentation provider helping Fortune 500 and SME companies for over 10 years to achieve their project skill needs by supplying high quality global talent.
Finding the right talent for the job is a tough task, but it’s one we do especially well. We’re all about finding the right people, with the right skills, for the right job.
We place dedicated account management and recruiting teams with each client, to make sure our standards and yours are being met. From banking and financial services, manufacturing and retail, energy and utilities, communication and media, technology and telecom services and beyond, our goal is to maintain a high quality, customer-focused engagement model. We bridge the IT talent demand-supply gap through an innovative, best-in-class recruiting engine, backed by a dedicated client-centric service focus. The result? Over 90% of our clients rank us in their top 3 suppliers by performance. We build long term relationships with our employees, offering them multiple opportunities through redeployment, training, and career progression, for a talent pool that’s consistent, dedicated, and ready for any opportunity. We’re dedicated to developing long-term staffing strategies and committed to providing the highest quality talent in multiple areas across the organization. And, happily, it shows: we’ve been ranked a top 3 vendor by over 90% of the clients we service.
We are driven by three core principles in changing Staff Augmentation for the better: cost, quality, and responsiveness. Whatever your need – be it a single resource or a whole team we will find you the right talent in a timely and cost-effective manner.
“Talent” is in high demand, but the right talent can change the world. We’ll help you find the best.
“Choosing a technology is almost child’s play compared to finding the talent to make sure it gets deployed properly. Tech is expensive, but people are more so. Especially when the technology is popular and the skills are in demand.”
– Sympathies for IT Staffing Challenges, Forbes