Bridge Technical Solutions Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary
Bridge Technical Solutions, a leading information technology staffing company, celebrates its 10-year anniversary this month.
Throughout the last ten years, BRIDGE has experienced substantial growth, maintaining a firm position in the regional IT staffing space. 2011 was BRIDGE's most successful year yet. Providence Business News recently ranked BRIDGE second on its Top List of Fastest-Growing Technology Companies. In 2011, BRIDGE opened a second office in Warwick to house a dedicated Vendor Management System (VMS) team that services BRIDGE's high-volume national accounts. Despite their expansion beyond Rhode Island’s borders, the BRIDGE team is proud to be grounded in Rhode Island, a market they know extremely well.
BRIDGE partner James Wright elaborates, “Over the years, we’ve built a great network in Rhode Island and southeastern Mass. We’ve built great partnerships with our clients and have developed strong relationships with a huge number of IT candidates throughout the region. We pride ourselves on working with clients and candidates to make great matches, taking care to show respect for the needs of both sides. Our rich network of IT professionals and clients trust BRIDGE to help them meet their career and company goals. We want to thank everyone who has contributed to this success.”
The BRIDGE partners have consistently invested in the business, from infrastructure upgrades to employees and training and incentive programs. The strategic decisions the partners make show that they are committed to BRIDGE customers, to the growth of the business and to the improvement of its services. In addition to having its customers' best interests in mind, BRIDGE focuses on extending the same care and commitment to its community.
BRIDGE partner Joe Devine reflects, “As we have grown, our ability to impact our community has also increased. I am very proud of BRIDGE’s financial contributions and the culture of volunteerism and engagement we have fostered, including our focus on improving technology education.”
BRIDGE works with local schools at both the secondary and higher education levels to support and help promote careers in technology. Earlier this year, BRIDGE donated $5,000 to The Providence Center School’s iPad Learning Project. This May, BRIDGE presented an intercollegiate technology symposium on application development, drawing IT students from five Rhode Island institutions. BRIDGE will continue to support Rhode Island schools’ technical curriculum components and technology degree programs, working to ensure that all of Rhode Island’s technology students have access to quality resources and a robust network.
BRIDGE looks forward to another 10 years of engaging the community and to building and serving its talented network of clients and IT professionals.