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Workforce solutions deal signed

05 April 2016

An agreement between global systems integrator World Wide Technologies (WWT) and Gibbs S3 has been announced to cover the EMEA region.

This will include Gibbs S3 providing services through its new talent management service with the intention of delivering value to the WWT business.

Gibbs S3 is known for its providing hybrid workforce solutions.

Founder and chief executive officer Farida Gibbs described the deal as a "huge success" for the company.

"It shows that our approach, tailoring our services specifically to customers' needs, is setting us apart from our competitors."

WWT UK & Ireland director Ben Boswell said his company chose to work with Gibbs S3 due its ability and reputation in working with global FTSE 100 organisations.

"In our partnership to date, Gibbs S3 have proven their ability to supplement WWT's skill set with incredibly talented resources," he said.

Gibbs S3 recently announced its most successful year, with a 53% in increase in annual revenue to £49.3m, enjoying a yearly net profit increase of 83%.

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