Whether you need a CIO, programmer, or an SEO consultant, we recognize your need for great people with an outstanding level of technical competence. We believe that excellence is essential in building a great company, and we are committed to putting great companies in touch with great technical candidates.
A division of Find Great People, Intl., FGP Technology is a nationally recognized IT recruitment organization, dedicated to meeting your specific needs, whether you need Project-Based Consulting, Temporary IT Staffing, or Direct Hire (Perm Placement). Our clients range in size from small companies to the Fortune 100, and have included well-respected corporations such as McGraw-Hill, Michelin and Avery Dennison.
Our IT Staffing group finds great technical people for all levels, from desktop support to executive management. Our experienced IT recruiters are committed to learning a client’s needs before finding the right person for that position, whether it is project contract, contract to hire, or direct hire. We also offer IT consulting services in the event you simply need a short-term consultant for a specific project.
We look forward to hearing from you soon! If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-297-0000.
How to Find, Attract and Retain Leaders in Technology
IT salaries are on the rise. Programmers, developers and architects are hard to find. Constant change within big data, mobile applications, cloud computing and virtualization has hiring managers in a tailspin.
Companies are growing their IT Budgets. Baby Boomers are retiring, and there’s less people entering high tech career paths.
It’s a perfect storm, and there’s a lot of money on the line.
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4) How is big data changing the IT landscape?
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