Matrix Resources

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Matrix Resources
Private
Industry IT staffing and IT professional services
Founded 1983
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Revenue $181 million USD
Number of employees
200 internal employees, 1,400 Consultants
Website MatrixResources.com

MATRIX Resources is a privately held North American IT recruitment, staffing, professional services company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Serving start ups to Fortune 50 clients, as well as job seeking IT professionals, MATRIX has more than 200 professional employees and 1,400 TeamMATRIX contract consultants. With offices in Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Jacksonville, Phoenix, Research Triangle Park, San Francisco, and Seattle, MATRIX is an IT staffing and services firm. Revenues in 2008 were $181 Million.[1]

History[edit]

MATRIX was founded on February 7, 1983 in Atlanta by Bill Gower, Frank Glenn, John Scarbrough, Lambert Chandler, and Ron McGinty.

Business divisions[edit]

Staffing solutions
MATRIX is an IT staffing provider for both contract consulting and permanent positions, averaging 2,500 placements yearly.[citation needed] The company maintains a database currently exceeding 145,000 IT professionals, pre-screened by MATRIX recruiters with face-to-face interviews, reference checks, and skills testing.
Professional services
MATRIX offers Web application & portal development (both .NET or Java), legacy application development and maintenance, software testing services, telecom and infrastructure support services (help desk, desktop support, network support) to satisfy a wide range of IT and Telecom business needs. The MATRIX Professional Services team consists of onshore and offshore resources, supported by a Project Management Office ( PMO) governed by industry standards such as the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Atlanta's Top 100 Private Companies", Atlanta Business Chronicle, Book of Lists, 2008 Edition, page 32.