If you follow Intertech on any social media channel or newsletter, you’re starting to see discussion around our Dev Center. With our Dev Center, you get the expertise of senior software developers paired with fully trained US-based resources that make any outsourced project work affordable. Check out the Dev Center post on Intertech’s blog.
Intertech landed the #6 slot on the 25 Largest Software Development firms in Minnesota. My thanks to our loyal customers and extraordinary employees for making us possible.
I’m excited to announce the Intertech Development Center. Read about it and how we’re creating a “sub culture” at Intertech in my Business Journal article How to cultivate a work culture that works for everyone.
Intertech has been named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Minnesota Business magazine for 2018. My thanks to all of our loyal customers and dedicated employees for making us possible.
If you’re curious on how we create an environment of engagement, you can view the slide deck from a talk I deliver on engagement.
I’m happy to announce that Intertech is hosting and sponsoring an upcoming WomenHack event. Below is the media release:
Intertech to host & sponsor WomenHack event to facilitate networking & hiring of women IT professionals by Twin Cities’ companies
WHAT: Top area employers will join IT consulting and training company Intertech at its Eagan headquarters for a high-powered evening of rapid interviews (five-minutes each) with leading women technology professionals in the Twin Cities. The event also includes a discussion about the importance of diversity, equality and inclusivity in the workplace. Participation by women IT professionals – primarily developers, designers and project managers – is by invitation only to ensure candidates have a solid work history and proven expertise. Area companies register and pay a fee WomenHack to participate.
WHY: Studies estimate that women make up only a quarter of employees and eleven percent of executives in the IT industry. What’s more, almost half of the women who go into technology eventually leave the field, more than double the percentage of men who depart. The turnover of women and minorities, according to a 2017 study on “tech leavers,” costs Silicon Valley more than $16 billion each year. WomenHack assists organizations working toward equalizing their IT employee base while building diverse, inclusive teams.
WHEN: Thursday, November 30, 2017 – 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Intertech, 1575 Thomas Center Drive, Eagan, MN 55122
WHO: Intertech, WomenHack sponsor and host, is a leading Twin Cities-based software development consulting firm with a national presence. The company’s unique blend of consulting and training has empowered technology teams in medium-sized businesses and government agencies.
WomenHack is a community that empowers women in tech through events, jobs and reviews, with the goal of building more inclusive, equal and diverse workplaces. More at www.womenhack.com