The PROTECH report involved two surveys of 700 IT executives (from the director to chief information officer level) and more than 15,000 IT technical professions in South Florida. PROTECH is a Boca Raton based IT employee search and staffing firm.
The point of the program was aptly summarized by Deborah Vazquez, CEO of Protech and co-chairman of the South Florida Technology Alliance: “After this program, I think you will all realize that South Florida has earned its reputation as a technology hub.”
PROTECH CEO, Deborah Vazquez, was quoted in an article by the South Florida Business Journal “Google deal gives Motorola Mobility’s Plantation operations deep pockets.”
BOCA RATON, Fla. – According to two just-released surveys by Boca Raton-Information Technology (IT) search and staffing specialist, PROTECH, there is much stronger economic outlook among IT executives and tech talent in the region.
An annual survey of information technology executives at South Florida companies by Boca Raton-based staffing agency ProTech found stronger demand for information technology workers now than a year ago.
Deborah Vazquez, CEO of Boca Raton-based Protech Staffing, said the companies she works with are looking for people who can analyze systems and provide a cost analysis for upgrades, expansions and the like. Programmers with financial knowledge are in great demand as the financial world continues to get it footing. And techies with experience in digitizing and infrastructure creation are in growing demand as the federal healthcare legislation continues its roll out.
PROTECH CEO, Deborah Vazquez, was recently quoted in the South Florida Business Journal on an article “IT sector rebounds in 2010 on pent up demand, cost cutting benefits”