Impacts of the Current IT Skills Shortage
- New hires lack important skills and have varying levels of programming experience
- IT projects delayed or shelved because key development roles cannot be filled
- Budget overruns from the use of recruiters or expensive outsourcing
StartRight for Developers℠
Organizations are being forced to delay or abandon projects because of the current programmer shortage. For high demand technologies, like building web infrastructures, cloud computing, and Python programming for Big Data analysis, developers that are hired do not always have the necessary skills or practical experience needed
We have been helping organizations meet this challenge by raising the skill levels of new and existing staff, leading to more productive development teams and projects that get completed on time and under budget.
Our clients find that our StartRight for Developers℠ program results in:
- Reduced project costs by rapidly bringing developers up to speed ensuring deadlines are met.
- A decrease in hiring costs from greater employee satisfaction and retention.
- A high ROI by being able to staff projects at more reasonable costs and by getting new products to market quicker.
Learn how we reduced project costs and shortened time to market for a multinational banking corporation.
Is the Technology Skills Gap Fact or Fiction?
Skills shortages loom as development comes back in-house -ComputerWeekly
Fed says tech skills demand outstrips supply in Boston, San Francisco -Computerworld
Batky-Howell is a learning organization that publishes & delivers training content via classroom learning, self-paced videos, and textbooks. We have over 20 years of experience delivering instructor-led IT training solutions to companies ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 businesses. We help companies save money by reducing time to market on new products, with a core focus on solving the IT skills gap with new hire training & developer training.
Below are some of our most recent customers. Scroll over the logos to see what our students have to say.