digital talent

The evolution of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has driven the development of talent associated with digitalisation and these skills are increasingly in demand. Here are the latest trends.

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  • The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed the potential of Cloud Computing. The accessibility that it provides to any professional to access software from anywhere has been key to the implementation of remote working for companies. In addition, the Cloud improves productivity by making processes more agile or reducing IT and maintenance costs and even minimizes the environmental impact.

    Going out in search of talent or attracting it like a magnet? More and more companies are opting for the latter, a strategy known as Inbound Recruiting, and they do so not only through attractive job vacancies, but also by attracting professionals with a value proposition that makes them irresistible. To do this, it is essential to develop Employer Branding and other talent attraction techniques.

  • Robotic Process Automation, or RPA, is transforming the way companies operate. RPA software robots communicate with systems and applications to speed up processes and reduce the workload on humans. Let's take a look at how it works and the benefits it provides.

    Talent is a differential value for companies on their path to success. As a result, companies are devoting ever increasing time and resources to enhancing their reputation and value proposition towards employees. The aim is to capture, attract and retain talent, as well as to increase engagement. Below, we review the main strategies for building human capital loyalty.

  • According to the consultancy Gartner, hyperautomation will be one of the technological trends that will have the greatest impact in the next decade. This concept, which goes far beyond mechanising repetitive manual tasks carried out by people, refers to the automation of any business process using a combination of robotic process automation (RPA) and other advanced technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

    In a fast-evolving digital world, agility and flexibility in tackling tasks and projects is the key to success. But how is this achieved? By implementing a different way of organising and working. This is where an agile culture comes in, as it improves productivity and encourages the development of liquid organisations.