In the country there are various companies that require professional services in the areas of systems engineering, software development and other related careers. Such is the case of HP or Deloitte companies.
However, are there enough professionals to meet the demands of these companies or transnational? Lueny Morell, laboratory manager of HP technology research, visited the country a few days to discuss the adjustments to be made by the Central American region in the field of applied engineering.
The partner of the firm HP believes that one of the biggest challenges in the country is to attract more people to engage in the study of engineering and other related careers. Reasoning, the ideal scenario is that there is a dialogue between business and universities.
Morrell said that this is not an easy task because the business world has a faster pace to the universities. However, it must reach a middle ground in order to define the landscape of the country’s future.
In turn, the professional service provider, Deloitte intends to open in the country a global service center to implement SAP technology (ESE-A-EP). In this way provide basic services and systems support specialized relationship with the user, among others, to customers throughout the Americas.
Given this situation and in order to meet supply and demand for services,Deloitte will provide accelerated training to professionals. This was stated byFederico Chavarria, managing partner of consulting, adding that this will be possible thanks to the professional talent in the country.
Chavarria said that according to a recent study published by CINDE, Costa Rica is ranked among the top 10 destinations to develop service operations.