The report defines “IT” temporary staffing as the furnishing of temporary workers with IT skills. Examples of IT occupations include software engineers, computer systems analysts, database administrators and information security analysts.
The SIA’s 2017 report estimates that 43 firms generated at least $100 million in U.S. information technology temporary staffing revenue in 2016. Added together, these firms generated $18 billion in such revenue, accounting for 63% of the market.
Overall, the SIA believes this list helps companies get a “big picture” reading of the United States’ IT staffing industry landscape.