Imetris has watched its revenue increase by roughly a third in each of the last four years, allowing the Saline-based company to grow from a staff of 25 to 100.
The IT staffing-firm has hired 33 people over the last year to accomodate its success, including eight people since January. Most of its growth is coming from the software and IT sectors, industries in need of new talent.
"It's all organic growth," says Chandru Acharya, president of Imetris
. "We haven't done anything special besides focus on our business and do the right thing."
The 12-year-old firm recently moved from Ann Arbor to Saline while maintaining its head of steam, providing tech firms staffing services in North America, Europe and Asia. Acharya expects that to continue as the company sticks to its knitting and plans for another year of 30-35 percent growth.
"We are very much focused on growth right now," Acharya says.
Source: Chandru Acharya, president of Imetris
Writer: Jon Zemke
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