Peter Hannaford, CEO of Datacenterpeople said “The datacenter industry is built on projects - from design, build and commission, to upgrades, moves and changes. A growing number of our customers are looking to maximise flexibility in their capital projects, including staffing. Our Project Solutions offering has been put in place to ensure the right mix of skills always available to meet project demand and that expertise can be parachuted in as and where it’s most needed.”
Steve Brown who leads Datacenterpeople’s Interim and Contract business added “We’ve built a global register of leading talent in the datacenter industry. This gives us an enviable selection of experts for our customers to draw upon”.
Peter Hannaford added “There has rightly been much talk of skills shortages in the datacenter industry but Project Solutions from Datacenterpeople enables employers to apply a utility model when this suits their business objectives. Typically this level of expertise can be hard to recruit and may only be required for projects with a fixed duration. Having expensive resources on salary just in case may not be ideal for either employers or employees. It means that suppliers can bid for projects without having all the necessary resources in house at the time of the bid. Project Solutions can help the bid process with organisation charts and job descriptions – even sample CV’s – only needing to actually source and deploy the teams when the project is won.”
Project Solutions is now available across the globe and can provide individuals or teams with full compliance to local tax, immigration and employment regulations. The solution facilitates faster, more agile project delivery, with minimal logistical burden across geographies that may be difficult or time consuming to recruit permanent staff in.
“Many customers are pleasantly surprised at the speed and calibre of teams we can put together” commented Steve Brown. “A key advantage is that projects can be staffed at and for the optimum time period whilst also ideally matching skills to the tasks needed at specific points in time.”