We Solve The IT Talent Pool Issue

We Solve The IT Talent Pool Issue

What's going on with the IT talent pool?  How fierce is the competition for tech talent? Software developers right out of college can demand starting salaries of up to $90,000. Once in their jobs, they get as many as 20 recruiting calls a day trying to convince them to leave for another company. And when they do, a pay increase of 20 to 25 percent is not unusual. Many employers cannot compete when it comes to paying, benefits, and recruitment tactics.

IT Talent Pool | We Save You Money

Oakwood solves this challenge for our clients by bringing to the table a deep talent network. As our client, you can tap into this network anytime.  In the same way, you might engage with a traditional staffing firm. The difference with Oakwood is that we offer both transactional and consultative engagement models. Unlike traditional staffing firms, our talent network includes highly skilled senior-level professionals who work as consultants in a number of critical roles, including business intelligence, software architecture, and strategic operational planning.

IT Talent Pool | Flexible Engagement Models

Our flexible engagement models mitigate risk for our clients by addressing your immediate needs now, and also providing strategic planning services for the future.  Get in touch with one of Oakwood's expert technology consultants today, and let's get you started on your digital journey.


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Review our case studies and engagements where we helped companies just like yours solve a variety of business needs.


About Oakwood

Since 1981, Oakwood has been helping companies of all sizes, across all industries, solve their business problems.  We bring world-class consultants to architect, design and deploy technology solutions to move your company forward.   Our proven approach guarantees better business outcomes.  With flexible engagement options, your project is delivered on-time and on budget.  11,000 satisfied clients can’t be wrong.

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