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

1st March, 2020
How to plug your company’s tech skills gap
David O’Hagan, consulting and contract services business manager at Logicalis Ireland: “There is a higher churn of IT personnel who are leaving organisations after spells that typically last no more than two years.”

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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