How to plug your company’s tech skills gap
Planning ahead, upskilling existing staff and using consultants can stop a crisis that is costing Irish companies billions every year
Ireland’s ICT skills shortage has cost the average Irish business close to €1 million over the past year. This is according to a survey commissioned by Expleo and carried out by TechPro among senior IT professionals and decision-makers in larger enterprises at the end of last year.
The survey also revealed that a loss in revenue affected more than three in four businesses (76 per cent) as a result of an ICT skills...
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