DETROIT — The IT consulting and staffing provider QStride announced plans to hire 10 business intelligence professionals for its MicroStrategy Development Center, located at the One Woodward Avenue building in downtown Detroit.
QStride CEO Shane Gianino made the announcement at its 19th annual user conference this week at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The move adds 10 new technology jobs to the additional 30 QStride is seeking to fill in downtown Detroit.
For a complete listing of job titles, descriptions and qualifications, visit http://qstride.com/it-consulting/find-a-position/.
“As we continue to grow our operation, it is important that we bring and retain top
technology talent in the heart of downtown Detroit,” Gianino said. “Furthermore, this ensures jobs stay in the United States rather than going overseas, which is all too common.”
MicroStrategy’s conference in Miami features more than 160 inspiring sessions and 50 customer speakers.
“We’re training specialized workers who will be able to extract value from big data to create intuitive and seamlessly designed Web and mobile business intelligence applications,” Gianino said. “These are well paying jobs being brought to the heart of a technology hub in downtown Detroit.”
QStride’s processes and employees got an endorsement from user David Meadow, CIO of Watervliet-based Lane Automotive. He said the company takes “an agile approach to talent acquisition by scaling our technical resources according to our project landscape” and that “QStride is our vendor of choice for fulfilling these requirements. Shane and his team have worked diligently over the past 16 months to fill a myriad of roles spanning from BI and information technology. They have delivered true value to our IT organization.”
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