History

1997 Conception 05.15.1997

Signature is created on the premise of Do the Right Thing.

1998 In-house Culture Established

Decision made to be a relationship-based company with no candidate submitted prior to in-person meeting.

1998 Equality Embraced

Sales and recruiting hold equal weight as peers within the company.

1999 Created Long Lines

Established to provide best-in-class service to clients in areas without local offices.

1999 Created SES (Enterprise Solutions)

Established to meet the ever-changing challenges of the ERP marketplace.

2001 Signature Recognized

CEO, Jay Cohen, recognized as Elite 100 Influencer.

2001 Created Finance & Accounting

Created to meet rising market demand for these services.

2007 Wounded Warriors

2007 to present. Over $110,000 raised as of 2014.

2010 Consultant Care

Needs of consultants gain dedicated resources.

2010 Office Openings

Des Moines, Phoenix, San Francisco & Minneapolis.

2012 Investing in Our Company

Training undergoes a significant investment expansion.

2014 Office Openings

Dallas, Washington, D.C., Princeton & Miami.

2014 Signature Recognized

Listed in the Top 20 Largest Staffing Firms

2015 Headquarter Expansion

Significant increase in training and educational opportunities for employees to reflect efforts to serve and support.

2016 15th Largest IT Staffing Firm

Ranked as the 15th Largest IT Staffing Firm in the U.S. by Staffing Industry Analysts

2016 Signature Recognized

One of the Best Staffing Firms to Work For – 6 Years in A Row

2017 Signature Recognized

One of the Best Staffing Firms to Work For – 7 Years in A Row

Data Management

Nation’s Leading Financial Service Company Builds a Unified CRM Application Across LOBs

Financial Services

Nation’s Leading Financial Service Company Builds a Unified CRM Application Across LOBs

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