Datacentrix extends resourcing offering to include specialist engineering, SAP, finance skills
The resourcing business unit of one of South Africa's leading empowered services-led solution integrators, Datacentrix, is expanding its offering to include three new specialist areas - engineering, finance and SAP staffing solutions.
Arlene Boing, resourcing business unit manager at Datacentrix, explains that, since its establishment in 2007, the unit has seen exponential growth within the ICT skills space, securing a number of long-term contracts.
"It is common knowledge that the ongoing skills shortage within the ICT sector places a high demand on business operations, allowing precious little time for traditional recruitment processes. As a result, many organisations are highly reliant on contracted skills, making the selection of a resourcing partner a significant one.
"We have found that our growing reputation for excellent delivery on the ICT side has led to a greater demand from existing clients for more specialist skills, such as engineering, finance and SAP, which are also difficult to source. Based on further research within these industries, it made complete sense to extend our offering and bring in new expertise to cater for these changing requirements."
The Datacentrix resourcing business unit, with collective experience of more than 100 years, has also become an accredited member of the Association of Personnel Service Organisations (APSO), ensuring its adherence to high ethical and professional standards of business.
"Datacentrix Resourcing has always followed the principles, guidelines and values of APSO," says Boing. "However, our accreditation by the association will give both current and potential clients greater confidence, knowing that they are dealing with an ethical and reputable company."
The team delivers high-calibre skills within short turnaround times. Its service offering includes permanent and contract staffing, executive recruitment, response handling and the recruitment of professionals with disabilities.
For more information, please contact Arlene Boing of Datacentrix on tel: (087) 741 8500, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.