Sheffield Haworth Partners with IT Specialist Nasstar

March 19, 2020 – Global leadership advisory and executive search firm Sheffield Haworth has partnered with recruitment IT specialist Nasstar.

Through the alliance, Nasstar will provide global support for Sheffield Haworth’s 11 international offices and is also working with the firm to enhance existing systems in order to support its growth ambitions. Nasstar will deliver 24/7 global support to the firm as well as ensuring that Office 365 is configured and deployed to industry standards across all offices in order to improve efficiencies and streamline processes.

“First and foremost, we were looking for an IT partner that could deliver global support and work with us to ensure our systems could support our ambitious growth plans,” said Patrick Meehan, group finance director at Sheffield Haworth. “However, it was also crucial that we aligned ourselves with a provider that could act as a true IT partner, one that offers long term strategic advice.”

“Throughout the sales process, Nasstar demonstrated capability within our sector, understanding of our business and systems, and reassured me that they would be on hand to help inform the technical direction of the business,” Mr. Meehan said.

“We’re delighted to support such a prestigious and ambitious firm as Sheffield Haworth and are looking forward to working with them to achieve their business objectives,” said Andy Lewis, Nasstar’s business development manager. “Sheffield Haworth understands the importance of having a robust, efficient IT platform in place on which to drive the business forward and ensure maximum value is gained from their applications. We look forward to a long and successful relationship together.”

Established in 1998, Nasstar is a provider of managed IT services and tailor-made cloud hosted solutions. The company delivers innovative, secure and agile IT to help businesses accomplish their business objectives. Nasstar’s offering ranges from fully managed IT solutions and hosted desktops to cloud computing, telephony and strategic consultancy services.

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Sheffield Haworth, founded in 1993, is a global executive search, talent advisory and interim consulting firm. The organization partners with clients around the world to provide tailored solutions for their business and talent needs at the senior management level. The firm has 10 offices throughout the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific. It serves clients in the financial services, business and professional services and technology industries.

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Sheffield Haworth began the year with the addition of Deborah Way to its New York office as a managing director within the firm’s global markets team. Ms. Way brings to the firm a wealth of experience in fixed income sales across the New York and Asia markets, having spent over 21 years in industry. She will be partnering closely with Sarah Harte who has been growing the equities business across the U.S. This new partnership will enable the practice to offer clients a range of solutions across fixed income and equities.

Last fall, Sheffield Haworth expanded with the addition of a new office in Shanghai. Recognized as a global commercial and financial hub, the additional location complements the firm’s existing presence in the Asia Pacific region, alongside offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Mumbai and Delhi. “The decision to locate the office in Shanghai follows recent additions to the team that support our client’s needs in the region,” the search firm said.

Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; and Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor  – Hunt Scanlon Media

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