Business Analysts - Making your Business Work

By: Stephen Trigg

Studies have shown that there is currently an increasing demand for IT professionals who are business-conversant. This suggests that applicants who possess 'core' IT expertise such as developers and programmers are less likely to find suitable positions than business analysts and project managers. It does seem that employers want IT candidates who will add the maximum business value to their business and hence, they ought to have analytical, communication, planning and presentation skills. The days of the 'pure' IT professional seems to be gone - at least for now.

In the light of all this, it does appear that there has not been a better time for business analysts to find suitable job placements.

However, as more IT professionalsare catching on to the idea of becoming more business-conversant, and as more firms realize that business analysts can add more value to their business, the job market will become more competitive. So, in order for candidates to secure desired roles, there will be an increasing need to call for the assistance of a specialist recruitment firm which has many years of experience in IT recruiting. Quanta has been providing effective IT recruitment solutions to some of the key sectors of the economy for wellover a decade. During this period of time, Quanta has gained a very good track record and reputation within the IT job market. In fact, they are regarded as one of the leading recruitment agencies for IT recruitment.

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