Digital data expands quickly – doubling a little more than every 3 years
Up to 140,000 to 190,000 skilled big data professionals will be needed in the US alone, over the next five years. Current industry research tells us Big Data technology and services will grow at a 31.7% compound annual growth rate, around seven times the rate of the overall IT market, with revenues reaching $24 billion in 2016.
Traditional data storage has now been superseded by solutions that can reveal hidden correlations and trends from structured and unstructured data. The resulting proliferation of products and solutions designed to capture, mine and process huge amounts of data is constantly re-shaping how companies do business. From healthcare, finance, transportation, and retail sectors to government agencies, non-profits and think tanks, business leaders are taking advantage of the value offered by the mining of large datasets. This ability to use data analytics to better predict trends, prevent fraud, and enhance security, has created new technical requirements and job opportunities. We are committed to delivering the talent our clients need to compete in this rapidly evolving field.
We have placed software developers, architects, data scientists, sales engineers, project managers, and engineering directors. Expertise includes: Big Data, Hadoop, HDFS, SQL, NoSQL, ETL, cloud, database, data storage, data warehouse, data mining, data analytics, data optimization, data solutions, machine learning, network protocols, algorithmic modeling, agile, MapReduce, performance analysis, tuning, benchmarking, POC, distributed systems, scalable architecture, network protocols, Linux, C/C++, Java.