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IT leaders are increasingly uncovering the value of soft skills within their workforce. What are the soft skills IT leaders are demanding today? How do IT leaders assess the soft skills of new recruits? Can these skills be developed in existing employees?
While financial services organizations of all sizes continue to seek value in controls and processes across the three lines of defense, community banks are especially challenged to find the right balance between effective compliance risk management and the critical efficiency necessary to keep compliance controls and processes (and their institutions) sustainable.
When a global manufacturer won several contracts, they needed a significant number of experienced Mechanical, Electrical and Design Engineers to meet deadlines.
Development of a University Program in Eastern Europe to Train Students in Clinical Trial Programming
The client, an owner and manager of physical power generation plants, provides energy marketing, energy trading products, and services throughout the United States and Canada. In this extremely complex, dynamic industry, plant operations and trading positions must be continually managed to maximize profitability and mitigate risks. Accurate, timely information is critical to the company’s success and profits.
For one leading software company, flexible workforce solutions are the best way to
stay ahead of the technology curve in the fast-paced software industry. The firm must
continually adjust the size and make-up of its workforce to match priority projects and
initiatives. With custom products and U.S. locations coast to coast, the global firm
needed high-level recruiting expertise to find IT professionals with specialized skill sets.
Our client, a $50 billion dollar pharmaceutical distribution company, was in a state of extreme transition caused by regulatory changes to their global marketplace and a recent merger with a former competitor. Their IT department was challenged with supporting and prioritizing the needs of a merged company whose segments each had their own objectives, operating applications and business leaders. The merger had also necessitated the relocation of a major portion of IT’s function across the country.
A major financial institution knew that a better understanding of customer segments, behaviors, and needs was crucial to staying competitive. Realizing that they lacked the bandwidth to analyze their customer banking data internally and within a reasonable timeframe, they began a search for a business analytics firm partner.
One of the nation’s largest commercial banking organizations, serving a broad range of consumer, commercial and institutional clients, purchased a suite of HP Mercury test tools including QuickTest Professional™ (QTP) and Test Director™ for Quality Center (QC). The client’s objective was to implement and roll-out both tools at multiple sites including, Richmond, VA; Orlando, FL; and Atlanta, GA.
With data centers spread out across five cities, our client faced numerous challenges both physical and systemic. Data centers struggled to keep pace with a growing infrastructure’s inherent demands. They lacked an adequate power capacity, raised fl oor space, and the density reinforcement to accommodate new systems. Chances for system failure grew along with increased support responsibilities as each data center rapidly approached operations capacity.
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