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MAU Workforce Solutions Expands into Growing IT Staffing Market by Joining with Atlanta-based 3Ci


Two of Georgia's most established independently-owned workforce
solutions companies are coming together, which means increased
opportunity for the world's best employers and top workforce talent to
gain access to one another.

MAU Workforce Solutions has acquired with 3Ci -- extending its global
reach by adding the Atlanta-based company's expertise in the
fast-growing technology sector.

Randall W. Hatcher, President of MAU Workforce Solutions, said, "The
acquisition of 3Ci opens up new avenues of growth for both companies to
leverage our combined 85 years in business. MAU broadens its current
service offering to include expertise in technology staffing and
consulting at a time when Georgia has staked its claim as the technology
hub of the Southeast. 3Ci expands its base of services to include MAU's
suite of staffing and outsourcing solutions in manufacturing, finance,
accounting, administrative, engineering and supply chain segments."

Leaders at MAU and 3Ci see numerous alignment opportunities because both
companies have similar cultures of faith, volunteerism, community,
innovation and making the lives better of everyone they serve. The
uniting of the companies affirms MAU as a premier workforce supplier in
the Southeast, and strengthens the strategic foundation for MAU's
continued expansion across the U.S. and in markets worldwide.

"The vision of MAU Workforce Solutions is to make lives better by
delivering workforce solutions globally
. Today, we continue to
deliver on this vision by expanding our expertise in the technology
services sector working with a group of amazing clients, employees and
consultants at 3Ci," Hatcher said.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, IT
is projected to increase by a staggering 13 percent
between 2016 and 2026. It is one of the two fastest growing industries
in the staffing world. As the fifth largest IT
employment cluster
in the country, Georgia is a leader in high-tech
talent and competition amongst potential employers is high.

Rob MacLane, president of 3Ci, said his team is excited about the
possibilities this partnership presents as it opens up new geographic
markets in the tech sector.

"We have focused heavily on tech in the Atlanta area, and this change
allows 3Ci to grow quickly into booming tech markets where MAU is
currently located and in targeted IT markets across the world," he said.
"In addition, MAU is a certified Native American-owned business, which
will help us create new opportunities."

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