PROFESSIONAL SERVICES & SOFTWARE VENDORS

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The professionals you employ are the face of your company as they are the ones who represent you in front of your clients. Hiring the right person can impact the way your clients perceive your firm. At PMC IT Solutions, we understand how to find service oriented professionals who are not only a culture fit within your firm, but who will be the right fit for your clients as well.

Here are the roles we cover:

  • Project Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Business Intelligence Specialist
  • Infrastructure Specialist
  • QA Manager
  • Support Specialist
  • Product Manager
  • Architect
  • Business Analyst
  • Infrastructure Manager
  • Database & Data Warehouse Specialist
  • Business Analyst
  • Developers
  • Development Manager
  • Quality Analyst
  • Strategic Consultant
  • Implementation Consultant
  • Project Coordinator

DAILY IT NEWS

Apple partners with Malala Fund

Posted on Monday January 22, 2018

The Malala Fund is expecting to double the number of grants awarded by its partners after Apple Inc. announced it’s teaming up with the organization. Apple will help the Malala Fund, which supports girls’ education and advocacy for equal opportunity, with scaling and research into policy changes within the organization, according to a statement from…

Canadian government announces recipients of $50 million CanCode initiative

Posted on Monday January 22, 2018

More than one million teachers and students, across 21 organizations in Canada, will receive training in digital literacy, the Canadian government announced this morning. Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development, listed the recipients of the CanCode initiative – a $50 million program that will give teachers and students, from kindergarten to Grade…

Why Amazon HQ2 would be bad for Toronto

Posted on Monday January 22, 2018

One of the shiniest gems dangled by Amazon’s HQ2 is the prospect of bringing 50,000 new well-paying, knowledge-sector jobs along with it. Critics of the idea of setting up Amazon’s new headquarters in Toronto make that look more like a lump of coal, saying the foreign multi-national will mine Canada for its best tech talent…