Cincinnati, Ohio—ProLink Staffing, one of the largest talent acquisition and workforce management organizations in the country as ranked by Staffing Industry Analysts, announced a new addition to its executive leadership team. Lee Fleming has been appointed Chief Information Officer and will report to ProLink’s CEO and co-founder, Tony Munafo.
As ProLink’s inaugural CIO, Mr. Fleming will be responsible for developing strategic IT plans, policies, and procedures. He will advise ProLink by evaluating and identifying appropriate technology platforms and investments that align with the organization’s objectives. Additionally, he will be tasked with identifying and establishing key IT goals, objectives, and standards to meet the ever-changing digital landscape
“We are excited to welcome Lee to the Executive Team. His leadership and depth of experience in the technological space align perfectly with ProLink’s next phase of explosive growth. Lee will play a critical role in driving ProLink to new heights,” said Tony Munafo.
Mr. Fleming is a technology executive with more than 25 years of experience in designing, implementing, and operating IT infrastructures and software to meet business objectives. He joins ProLink from Randstad, a global staffing and consulting firm, where he served as SVP of IT Infrastructure and Support Services. Prior to Randstad, Lee spent several years consulting for some of the nation’s largest healthcare systems on architecture, process, and standards.
“I am honored to join ProLink in this new role,” said Mr. Fleming. “Thanks to its family-first culture and steadfast commitment to constant evolution, ProLink is in a unique position to fundamentally transform how workforce solutions are delivered to its customers. I look forward to further driving innovation for ProLink and supporting its world-class client and talent experience.”
ProLink connects businesses and talent through its full-spectrum staffing services, including contract, contract-to-hire (temporary to permanent), direct placement, as well as managed services programs (MSP), which allows its clients to streamline their contingent workforce systems, reduce and control labor costs, and positively impact overall business performance. Key industries served include healthcare, travel nursing, manufacturing, engineering, light industrial, skilled trades, and information technology. Since opening its doors in 2011, ProLink has built an enterprise based on steady growth, expert industry knowledge, commitment to aggressive goals and direct communication. That unique combination has fostered deep and trusting relationships across its clients, talent, and internal team. To connect with ProLink, visit prolinkstaffing.com.