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Hydrogen Group Expands Houston Office, Adds Technology Practice

Technology Recruitment Services Will Support Increased Demand for Experienced SAP, Big Data and Analytics Professionals

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 04/21/14 -- Hydrogen Group, a global specialist recruitment firm, recently added a technology practice to its Houston-based North American headquarters that will focus on SAP, big data and data analytics roles to respond to growing market demand in those areas. The company excels at locating hard-to-find, highly skilled professionals for contract and permanent placements.

Hydrogen has more than 15 years experience placing IT talent in companies around the globe. Its dedicated technology teams each focus only on one area of expertise, such as data analytics or SAP, which allows them to stay abreast of developments in the rapidly changing IT field and recruit high-quality contract and permanent IT professionals for companies. Hydrogen's specialized consultants develop long-term relationships with niche professionals and are able to quickly locate candidates with skills in evolving applications that are not available on the open market.

"The IT field constantly evolves," said Denise McAnulty, vice president and managing director of Hydrogen USA. "Recent changes, including the integration of business applications and companies collecting large amounts of unstructured data, result in a growing demand for experienced technology professionals, particularly in SAP, big data and data analytics. Our expertise and the unique approach of developing relationships with both client companies and with the candidates allows us to secure the most sought-after talent to accommodate Houston companies' IT employment needs."

Sam Cormack leads Houston's new technology practice. He has more than five years of experience in technology recruitment and specializes in locating and placing top big data and analytics professionals. Also joining the technology practice is Josh Lee, technology senior consultant, who focuses on recruiting for SAP roles.

The technology practice will complement the oil and gas recruitment services Hydrogen provides to its North American clients. With local expertise and ability to leverage global practices in Dubai, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, London, Singapore, Stavanger and Sydney, Hydrogen is steadily increasing its U.S. operations. Thanks to its practice-oriented approach, using the latest technology and developing long-term relationships with industry experts, the company provides its clients with the best candidates, often those who are not actively looking to make career changes.

About Hydrogen
Hydrogen is a global specialist recruitment business, placing exceptional, hard to find candidates in more than 70 countries. The company combines international reach with local expertise and specialist knowledge. By being practice-led and using the latest technology, Hydrogen provides clients with global visibility of the best candidates. Listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in 2006, Hydrogen is widely recognized for delivering growth and profitability through careful investment into high growth markets, as well as continuing to pursue existing business expansion into new locations. To learn more go to www.hydrogengroup.com.

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