Structure Networks, Inc. Ranked #14 Largest Staffing Agency in Orange County

Structure Networks, Inc. Ranked #14 Largest Staffing Agency in Orange County

Tenth time the Tustin-based firm has been ranked in the top twenty as ranked by the Orange County Business Journal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, April 5, 2017

TUSTIN, California – Structure Networks, Inc. (www.structurenetworks.com), announced today that it has been named the 14th largest staffing agency in Orange County, CA, according to the Orange County Business Journal in its 2017 listing. With employees in the region and throughout the United States, it is the tenth time the corporation has found its way into the listing.

“Our people made this happen. It wasn’t a specific strategy or a management-driven initiative; it is absolutely the caliber of the people that we employ that led to this accomplishment” said Alex Salottolo, President and Founder of Structure Networks, Inc. He added further “We have been doing business in the county for 16 years. It’s an amazing place and we have been able to partner with some of the best and the brightest people here to help build our company”. Structure Networks, Inc. has consultants on billing throughout the United States and has assisted clients in Europe, Canada, Mexico and Asia.

Structure Networks, Inc. is a privately-held IT consulting and staff augmentation firm headquartered in Tustin, California (Orange County). Founded in 2001, Structure Networks focuses on network-centric technologies, applications development, testing, ERP, and general IT consulting and staff augmentation services. Structure Networks is the parent company of the Structure Regulatory Group (www.structureregulatory.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary serving the financial and banking industries in audit, compliance, AML, KYC, EDD, CDD, SARs and Cyber Security. Structure Networks, Inc. is also a Cancer-for-College Sponsor/Partner and participates in a number of fundraising activities for the charity (www.cancerforcollege.org).

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