Ajilon merges with Icon
- 22 January, 2013 10:38
IT consulting firm, Ajilon, has merged with sister IT services firm, Icon, expanding its Australian operations. Both companies are owned by Adecco Group.
Under the merger, Ajilon will maintain more than 1300 IT and sector-specific experts.
“Gaining the expertise and resources of a specialist IT recruitment organisation places us in a position to provide holistic services to our clients. This in itself is a clear differentiator for us,” Ajilon managing director, Ger Doyle, said in a statement. “The business will also be better placed geographically as our portfolio will become more balanced and reach extensively across Australia.”
Icon will come under the Ajilon brand providing business and IT consulting services and ICT staffing to clients across the mining and logistics; oil and gas; government and utilities; manufacturing, telecommunications and financial services sectors.
“We could see the strategic focus of Ajilon and their depth of sector-specific knowledge and experience would benefit Icon’s clients and their ability to deliver services and solutions to the market, while giving Ajilon a much wider staffing pool to support resource constrained clients,” Adecco Group A/NZ CEO, Jeff Doyle, said.
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