Arrows Group aims at changing needs of clients

Global technology recruiter Arrows Group has completed a two-year strategic repositioning, aimed at adapting to the changing needs of its clients, according to co-founder James Parsons.

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Global technology recruiter Arrows Group has completed a two-year strategic repositioning, aimed at adapting to the changing needs of its clients, according to co-founder James Parsons.

As a result of the repositioning, Parsons told Recruiter the company now offers clients an integrated portfolio of services from workforce advisory, scaling and managing teams under statement of work (SOW) and embedded MSP (managed service provider) services to compliment traditional permanent and sub-contractor staffing services.

Over the past two years, Parsons said the company had established a global delivery centre based in Gurgaon, India, which has enabled the group to globalise its service delivery. This has helped international sales to grow by over 55% in the past 12 months. To coincide with its transition to a global strategic resourcing business, the company has also launched a new website and branding.

“Clients are demanding more from their recruitment partners,” said Parsons. “Companies are also evaluating their risks and alternative models around running large subcontractor teams, all of which means there is opportunity to shape our client engagements strategically.”

Parsons said the group was increasingly supplying project teams under SOW terms, where the agency provides staff to deliver pre-scoped outcomes on a fixed-price basis, allowing it to better compete against the big management consultancies.

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