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We've calculated that the average salary at CEI is $52K based on 89 user-submitted salaries A total of 8 CEI employees gave CEI an average happiness rating of 2.7 out of 5.0.

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Current CEO: D. Raja

Status: Active

Computer Enterprises, Inc., or CEI America, headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, was founded in 1992. The company states its vision is to become the number one service provider for IT contracts and outsourcing solutions. CEI employs approximately 300 people with about 100 solutions engineers workings at its corporate location. The company also has regional support offices in Westlake Village, CA, Indianapolis, IN, Reston, VA, and Philadelphia, PA. CEI also operates a virtual project management service and outsourcing development center in Chennai, India.

CEI is a minority-owned business and a Microsoft Gold Certified partner. The company has also received additional awards, including SmartPartner Magazine’s Smart 100 honoree and a Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Technology 50 honoree.

Those seeking CEI careers should know that the company uses an applicant tracking system to help its candidates find projects that fit their needs in a timely manner. In addition, its job board directly links to its recruiting system to help improve the overall recruiting process. CEI America also says that for every three candidates that apply to an opening, the company places one. According to CEI, its competitors place one in every nine job seekers. Therefore, the company matches IT people at a rate of three times more than the industry average.

Those working at CEI are placed in a variety of industries. The company has clients in consumer package goods, eCommerce, energy and utility, consumer spending, financial services, healthcare, human resources, industrial, information technology (IT), law, telecommunications and transportation and logistics.

The company has many processes and systems in place to support an “exact match” model. The CEI culture seems to focus on placing people in the correct positions based on skill sets and client needs. The company seems to understand that more employers depend on short-term staffing solutions to compete in today’s economy. Those looking for contracting opportunities will likely find themselves better fitting into the company’s culture. Potential candidates who understand project management principles and outsourcing processes will find themselves fitting into client-facing or recruiting roles for the company.

It is unclear regarding how many people work directly for CEI and how many people work on a contract basis. Job seekers would need to ask their recruiters when they would become eligible for CEI America benefits. Many staffing firms provide benefits after an employee works a certain number of days. However, it is unclear if CEI America offers benefits to its contractors.

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