Infocan has introduced a customised comprehensive digital transformation consultation programme to help businesses in Hong King accelerate their digital transformation.
Under the programme, Infocan will analyse organisations’ needs and recommend cloud-based applications, such as those supporting remote work. It will also customise training for employees to to develop their company’s own applications for increased efficiency and enhanced customer experiences.
“Applications in the market may not be able to keep up with the changing business landscape. We are seeing more companies wanting to recruit tech talents to develop their own business applications to cope with an upsurge in online and e-commerce activities,” said Harry Ng, Director of Skills Transfer Consulting at Infocan.
Central to the programme is assisting companies to train employees who are end-users without professional IT knowledge to become citizen developers in a reasonably short period of time. The reskilled workforce will alleviate the skill shortage needed to develop new apps while immediately improving operational efficiency.
“Citizen programmer is a global trend to narrow the tech workforce demand gap. According to a recent Gartner report, 61 percent of organisations either have or plan to have active citizen development initiatives,” said Ng.