Dallas, TX – Dallas-based technology and systems integrator GDT today announced that Troy Steele has been named Director of Staffing Services, effectively immediately. In his new role, Steele will oversee and direct GDT’s staff augmentation practice, which has a 20-year track record helping customers improve operational efficiencies, reduce costs and drive key initiatives through the placement of IT professionals with the right skillsets. Steele has spent the past twelve (12) years in the staffing industry, and has a proven track record building highly profitable staffing organization by understanding clients’ specific needs, corporate philosophies and organizational nuances. “We’re excited to welcome Troy to GDT,” said Meg Gordon, GDT’s Vice President of Service Operations. “His experience and expertise building successful staffing organizations will greatly enhance our focus on growing GDT’s staff augmentation practice by continuing to provide the perfect candidates to fill customers’ IT staffing needs and requirements.” Prior to joining GDT, Steele held several executive staffing positions, most recently with Beacon Hill Staffing, where he spent eight (8) years leading technical recruiting teams throughout Texas. Steele has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois. About GDT Founded in 1996, GDT is an award-winning, international multi-vendor IT solutions provider and maintains high-level partner status with several of the world’s leading IT solutions and hardware providers, including HPE, Cisco and Dell EMC. GDT specializes in the consulting, designing, deploying, and managing of advanced technology solutions for businesses, service providers, government, and healthcare. The GDT team of expert architects and engineers maintain the highest level of certifications to translate the latest ideas and technologies into innovative solutions that realize the vision of business leaders.]]>
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