The more you look for software developers, the less you get. Are we right? It's not about bad luck. Certainly, there is a shortage of software engineers and IT staff in general that has led to the crisis of many companies in need of technological solutions. Technology has advanced rapidly in recent years, yes, but the pandemic has tripled digital adoption in many industries, raising demand for software solutions.
And this demand for technology has pushed companies to find themselves with insufficient specialized labor to develop their projects. Hiring isn't easy: According to a Forbes article, it takes 50% longer to hire tech talent than it does for other areas. It can take up to 66 days for a company to find the profile it needs.
This lack of IT personnel slows down the evolution of companies and is a latent risk: according to CIO magazine, in recent years there has been a 49% shortage of technological skills in companies. By not having the necessary skills, businesses simply run out of tools to work on their projects.
Faced with this dark panorama, a light emerges: working with a Technology Partner may be the solution to the problem of lack of technological personnel. It is time to work with a partner if you feel that you do not have enough equipment to execute your projects.