By Dale Brown
Phoenix Business Journal
As more companies allow employees to work remotely, Valley software firms are having to work harder to compete on a national level for talent.
While conducting surveys for the Phoenix Business Journal’s Software Firms list, we asked company executives if they are facing more competition for talented and well-trained workers. Here’s a sampling of responses.
“Digital Air Strike has found many talented team members in Arizona who have graduated from the local universities. However, since we have remote employees across the U.S. and three other offices, we don’t limit our employee base to the state. We have almost 20 positions open, and we are continuing to hire and expand our company with open positions in engineering, technical writing, sales, and product. Our first choice is Arizona team members who can be a part of our headquarters and team culture. However, our other offices, like our newest one in Tampa, have done a great job syncing to our culture. We offer ‘remote team member’ activities and challenges to keep those not in our headquarters engaged.” – Erica Sietsma, COO, Digital Air Strike
Digital Air Strike is the 10th largest Phoenix-area software firm, ranked by local, full-time employees. Digital Air Strike has 120 local employees.
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