Mastech Holdings provides information technology (IT) staffing services - practically exclusively. Of its revenue, over 99% comes from temporary contract staffing with the remainder coming from placement fees. In its recent history, Mastech focused its efforts in the IT field.
In 2008, Mastech Holdings was split off from iGate (IGTE), an IT outsourcing company. At the time, Mastech had brokerage operations, IT, and healthcare consultants. In January, 2010, Mastech sold off the brokerage operations business and bought Curastat, a specialized healthcare staffing company....
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