Both companies operate in the Carolinas, but their businesses compliment each other, he said.
Hire Dynamics, which was founded in 2001, also has offices in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Texas.
The companies declined to say how much Hire Dynamics paid for the purchase.
Staffing employees are typically paid by the staffing company, which is also paid a fee by the companies where the employees work each day.
And while the cost to the company is often more than the wage a full-time employee might get for the same job, the company bears no cost for benefits. Moreover, staffing employees offer a company much more flexibility.
That is because staffing is "just-in-time" labor: When a company doesn't have work for them, they tell the staffing company to stop sending the worker.
The staffing sector has waxed and waned along with the economy, often growing stronger when business is good but the outlook is uncertain.
The pay and benefits for workers is typically modest, but many workers use the placements as stepping stones to more permanent jobs. On the other hand, some prefer the flexibility.
Hire Dynamics does offer benefits.
Nationally, the staffing industry generates more than $100 billion a year in revenue, according to a report by Staffing Industry Analysts.