3rd March 2017
Grayling San Francisco has officially added two new clients to its portfolio of technology clients.
Codility streamlines and accelerates tech recruiting. Its assessment platform automates the sourcing, screening and qualification of candidates, reducing the time and costs associated with hiring highly-skilled developers and engineers. More than 1,200 companies globally have turned to Codility to assess over four million engineering candidates. Grayling will help the company build broader awareness of its brand and key value propositions among its target markets in San Francisco and across the country for several vertical industries.
Grayling San Francisco has also been appointed by Xenio Systems, an emerging retail technology company that enables large-scale retailers to collect, analyze, and act on in-store shopper behavior data. An initial project will see a team led by Tim Black, a vice president in the San Francisco office, unveil the company at the upcoming ShopTalk nextgen commerce event later this month in Las Vegas.
The wins follow the appointment of Alan Dunton to the position of managing director, San Francisco, just a month ago. “What makes Grayling attractive to emerging tech companies is that we operate like a boutique shop, but have the scale of a large agency,” Dunton says. "We approach each opportunity with an integrated communications mindset, which means we are often more flexible and productive with our clients’ resources than much of the competition.”
Grayling San Francisco has also just won a third piece of new business that’s currently in stealth mode – details will be shared in the near future.
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