This year the number of our employees crossed the mark of 50 people, which is the highest so far in the company’s history. This number includes permanent staff which works primarily on different projects. About 85 per cent of our employees are IT specialists (both testers and developers), with about 15 percent working in management, administration, infrastructure, etc. For years the company has adhered to the principle of organic growth, where most of the project managers are hired from within. A number of project managers combine their managerial functions with software development work.
The NetInfo team is composed of young and ambitious people who are dedicated to continuous learning and willing to undertake new challenges. The majority of IT specialists have a university degree in computer science and applied mathematics. At least 50 per cent of employees have a Master’s degree. Some of employees continue their studies at MBA School.
- Our mean age – 32 years old
- The oldest – 53 years old
- The youngest – 22 years old
- 100% of our staff have a university degree
- 20% of our staff have 2 university diplomas
- 50% English Speaking
Our employees are Microsoft, Sun, Oracle, and IBM certified professionals (picture of wall with certificates)
Since the time of its foundation the company management professes the principle of top talent recruitment versus human resource recruitment. Therefore, in addition to passing corresponding proficiency tests, all the candidates have to be “scanned for fit” with regard to corporate and team spirit.
The company takes a proactive approach to personnel selection and development.
Given a highly competitive local IT market, the Company’s primary target are students and graduates of local technical universities. Due to its close collaboration with local educational institutions, Netinfo has an opportunity to hand-pick the most talented young people who would like to start their career with our company.
To ensure a smooth admission and adaptation of new employees, all newcomers have to pass probation
period, during which they can test their skills on a specific project, obtain additional training from an experienced supervisor, and get an insight into the company’s lifestyle and working relations.