Free webinar: How to leverage nearshoring to access highly skilled IT specialists

Through the seminar we will, among other things, cover:

  • When and why nearshoring is relevant
  • What you need to consider – advantages and disadvantages
  • Advice on how to get started
  • Insights about Poland as a nearshoring destination

Date: Thursday 27. June 2019

Time: 14.00 - 15.00


Still more companies today experience challenges in relation to acquiring the right IT specialists. Because of the lack of IT competences, IT is becoming more and more of a bottleneck and, thus, getting in the way of the business' needs. It is affecting time-to-market and business orders.

By leveraging nearshoring, you can access a high volume of very skilled IT specialists in a simple and scalable setup. And the process of getting started doesn’t have to be long and complicated as long as you have the right approach.

At this webinar we pass on some of the most essential information about how to approach and succeed with nearshoring. We share some of the experience we have gathered through the past 8 years of delivering nearshoring services to some of the largest organizations in Scandinavia.


Speaker

Jan Wolff, CCO, ProData Consult

Jan Wolff has for several years helped and advised large organizations getting started with nearshoring. He has extensive knowledge of the IT and consultant market as well as deep insights about Poland as a nearshoring destination.

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