An international consulting firm hires talent in the area of ​​data and cloud technology

Despite the boom in e-commerce and digital transformation, the talent in these areas in Mexico is not enough for the demand of the technology industry. Even despite the fact that computer science is the fifth career with the most professionals in the country, with 586,204 people, according to Compare Careers 2022 of the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (Imco).

Faced with this situation, the EY consulting firm prepares with talent to face the challenges of digitizing its clients. In fact, this professional services firm will add a Technology Consulting team to its staff. This will be made up of more than 200 professionals who “will contribute experiences and knowledge of different technologies and industries,” he said in a statement.

In addition, this new group of technology professionals will have 13 leaders who have developed in:

Thus, the firm strengthens its current capabilities to help companies face their digital transformation challenges.

According to Nelson Beltrán, leader of the EY data and analytics team, the use of data is used for business innovation. However, they must be treated with balance in order to “maintain performance while investing in the skills, technologies and resources to accelerate growth and create new opportunities”.

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Although technology is an ally in the digital transformation of companies, it also needs specialized talent to achieve its goals.

“Through global and regional studies carried out, the firm deeply understands the challenges that businesses face so that their transformations are successful and generate the expected value for the organization,” EY said in a statement.

For this consultancy, focusing on talent is what allows companies to achieve their clients’ goals. “What we have seen from companies that create exponential value is that they put human beings at the center of their organization; they harness technology at speed and innovate at scale, Beltrán noted in a study.

Meanwhile, Luis Meza, deputy consulting leader of EY Latin America North, said in writing that “the technical knowledge, industry experience and innovative vision of these EY leaders – together with our ecosystem of alliances with key players such as Microsoft and SAP — will take the experience of Latin American companies to another level, will generate confidence and a solid path to face the challenges of the current environment and consolidate a sustainable future for organizations”.

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