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Maureen Haeger

Maureen Haeger

Maureen is the VP of Sales & Marketing and Recruiting at Omni and has over 20 years of sales, marketing, communications and management experience in a variety of roles in the technology industry. She leads her team to develop and execute the marketing strategy and drive demand for Omni’s products and services. Maureen is passionate about making the most of each day and positively affecting those around her. She enjoys spending her time away from work with her husband and three boys having a family adventure.

Recent Posts:

What’s the Difference Between a Talent Acquisition Specialist and a Recruiter?

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At first glance, recruiting and talent acquisition might seem like the same thing — both involve finding technology consultants and IT talent and placing those consultants in open positions. That, however, is where the similarities end. What’s the difference? Here are two quick definitions:

How Omni’s recruiters found one man the perfect IT job – twice.

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Recently, I started leading the Talent Acquisition Team at Omni and have been amazed by the hard work and dedication of our seasoned recruiters. Their role is more than filling vacancies – they focus on finding long-term candidates for positions that require a specific skill set. They are passionate about working with each candidate to make sure a match is the best possible fit for both the candidate and the client. Here’s a story that demonstrates this dedication.

SaaS: Marketing and Sales vs Technology Spending

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In today’s fast paced market, if a software company grows only 20% it faces a 92% chance that it will not even exist within 3 years (Mckinsey). In other industries, a 20% growth rate is fantastic, in software it is near certain death. Additionally, market pressure for efficiency and productivity is driving up revenue per employee figures (Tomasz Tunguz) across the industry.