Today, the growing importance of software in all areas of the business is a challenge for many companies. The strategic use of software and control over the data is crucial. Therefore, software developers are essential to driving digitalization and automation in companies.
Currently, a true “war of talents” is taking place, because the demand for software developers significantly exceeds the supply in the labor market. Instead of picking the best, recruiters often find themselves in a situation where they are not hiring the “best fit”, but are happy to be able to fill the position at all. In addition, most tech talents come straight out of university, so they still lack the experience to put their knowledge into practice in large and multifunctional teams in the industry. This creates challenges in terms of time and budget, as new employees have to be trained more intensively in their tasks or even have to learn their activities “on-the-job” first.
It should also not be underestimated that the onboarding of software developers is particularly complex since the product cycle and the underlying architecture must first be understood before they can work with the software.
Ensure a smooth integration of talented programmers to advance software development in your company.
By enabling new hires quickly, you can significantly reduce the workload of your existing team. You also enable efficient and effective integration despite complex team structures and software development processes.
Make sure that the new software developers understand your domain, product cycles, and tools through a company-specific onboarding program so that they can be ideally deployed in your company from day one.
The onboarding program is tailored to your specific needs and existing processes as well as to the prior knowledge of the participants. The program is delivered in close collaboration with your specialists (for specific processes and working methods) and external experts, with a focus on practical exercises.
With a maximum of 1.5 learning days per week, participants can immediately put into practice what they have learned.
Program of a client project from the automotive sector.
Almost every day, well-known companies find themselves in the headlines because they have been the victim of a cyberattack. For a long time now, security training and the development of measures have no longer been about the question of whether one will be affected, but when and to what extent. However, this does not mean that manufacturing companies should just sit and wait until the time comes. In this paper, we have listed what companies can do in advance to delay attacks and be as resilient as possible to attacks.
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