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We’re in the era of the skills economy. This is an unprecedented time where skilled professionals, especially IT professionals, are in high demand and highly valued if we are to build the industries of the future.

Finding skilled IT professionals is hard. Finding good IT work is hard.

Not since the industrial revolution have we seen such disruption of the labour market.

In response, the proliferation of niche services has created a job fog, in which talented candidates with skills to offer and great companies with roles to fill are failing to find each other. Many of these niche services only solve one piece of the recruitment puzzle.

The glut of recruitment avenues is creating a choice paralysis; where to start and who to choose is a navigational minefield. The IT landscape is no exception to this phenomenon.


Hiring managers looking for tech talent can choose pre-qualified and rated professionals to suit their available contract roles.

There are 172,000 new LinkedIn profiles created every day, adding to the data overload. Some 51% of employment candidates using other platforms said they struggled to find opportunities.

Traditional recruitment companies are being disrupted and job boards reinventing themselves to compete with new entrants and market demands; they simply add more information to an already confusing and time consuming process.

There is a better way. By directly connecting skilled IT professionals with hiring managers in an open market that’s performance based, easy to use, accessible 24/7, and risk free, we can help alleviate the job fog.

This is what the Nvoi job platform has been created to do.

Hiring managers looking for tech talent can choose pre-qualified and rated professionals to suit their available contract roles. On the other hand, skilled IT professionals can choose to work on good projects, for great companies, at appropriate rates.

Nvoi’s CEO, Jennifer Maritz, says that steering through the job fog has become a necessity for both companies and talent. “Demand for our service is ripe – our growth trajectory reflects that.”

This open market model is good news for both sides of the IT landscape. Tech talent can leverage their skills and search to work on projects with companies they want towork with. Hiring managers can search for skills that match their needs and quickly fill the roles and build a flexible workforce for their projects.

Recent tech roles listed on the Nvoi platform include a range of developers, software engineers and data scientists with skills including PHP, full-stack, Ruby, iOS, Magento, MySQL, mobile apps, Python and more.

“By directly connecting skilled IT professionals with hiring managers looking for quality tech workers, with skills as the currency, we are helping to alleviate the job fog”, said Ms Maritz.

Whether it’s a week-long assignment, a month-long project, or a six month placement, Nvoi directly connects talent IT professionals with hiring managers who need their skills.

“Nvoi welcomes tech talent to join the platform, create your profile and start exploring your next opportunity,” said Ms Maritz.

For more information, go to meetnvoi.com.


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Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to your files and systems until you pay a ransom.

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