Top IT Professionals to Hire from the Philippines

In our digital day and age, technology continues to evolve and our world grows increasingly dependent on it. While it gives utmost convenience, technology affects our lifestyle so companies now ensure that their operations and systems optimize technology to stay ahead within their industry.

Nowadays, many enterprises prefer to hire IT professionals so they can improve their products and services, and remain competitive.

The Philippines is home to talents who provide noteworthy services for IT jobs both locally and internationally. As such, many foreign companies tap into the Filipino workforce to support their needs.

So, why are Filipinos the preferred global IT professionals?

First and foremost, Filipinos are great at English (speaking, writing, and listening). They are tech-savvy and adapt well to digitalization. And remote work is something that they are familiar with. Filipinos have more affordable hourly rates as compared to talents from developed countries. And finally, they are diligent, motivated, and resilient which allows them to shine in the workplace.

The Most In-Demand IT Jobs

The highly preferred and in-demand IT jobs are those under digital and software development including infrastructure and support. INNERWORKS can provide you with Filipino IT professionals if you are looking for the roles to be mentioned below. Here are some of the most sought-after IT jobs presently.

Web Developer

Web Developers build websites by using programming languages. Based on the client’s requirements, the developer basically codes, designs, and alters the site. His main objective is to make the website run smoothly, attractive and user-friendly.

Full Stack Developer

The Full Stack Developer has gained attention and demand recently based on the importance of their output although all types of developers have specific roles. For the website’s front end, they build everything visible to users upon visiting the site. For the back-end, Full Stack Developers handle the website system including the database, application, and server.

Java Developer

Java Developers are those who use web-based Java applications, interfaces, and services. JavaScript is an in-demand programming language and especially in established job search sites. Offshore Java Developers are also at a premium since their rates are lower when hired from Asia and Eastern Europe.

Mobile Developer (App Developer)

Recently, we have witnessed an increase in mobile phone usage compared to computers/laptops. This change has called for the development of applications (apps) that seamlessly work across various platforms as required by companies that want to thrive and survive in their online industry. As such, there is a continuous increase in demand for native Android and iOS developers who can produce quality apps.

.Net Developer

The .Net Developer designs and builds applications using the .NET Frameworks (a Microsoft-developed software). They also need to be adept in using either or both VB.NET and C#.

UX Designers

Businesses are now focused on the “mobile first” strategy which zeroes in on responsive designs that create a favorable user customer experience. By establishing interaction between users and products via the improvement of design usability, UX Designers seek to bring about loyalty and customer satisfaction.

DevOps Engineer

This is one of the highly marketable IT jobs that is quite difficult to “fill up.” The tasks of the DevOps Engineer include sysadmins, deployment, and network operations – and developers perform coding and scripting to enhance deployment and testing.

Systems Engineer

The Systems Engineer oversees the project of designing, building, and managing elaborate computer systems, and ensures execution from the beginning onwards. He does this by developing powerful systems that meet concerns about efficiency, reliability, logistics, etc.

Data Scientist

How to make sense of massive data? That’s the job of the Data Scientists. He uses the accumulation of data that companies produce to recommend and direct the business to where it should go in the future. He also creates ways on how the company can optimize all their data while handling, storing, and protecting the information.

Security Analyst

Security is critical. And it takes a good Security Analyst to prevent and detect occurrences that could damage data, networks, and computer systems. Much dedication is required in planning and executing security measures to address hackers, viruses, and data breaches.

Network Engineer

The Network Engineer (Network Architect) is responsible for the high-level design, planning, maintenance, execution, and building of various networks that businesses internally use. They have a full grasp of virtualized software including wired and wireless hardware to authorize the network’s profitability and efficiency.

Quality Assurance Engineer

They are not software testers. The Quality Assurance Engineer forecasts and anticipates the full development process, from commencement onwards. By testing programs, they ensure that certain standards are met.

Cloud Architect

Cloud technology is on the rise. This is where the Cloud Architect is valuable. He oversees the business’ cloud computing strategy (cloud application design, cloud security, and the use of cloud plans for transferring data/files to a cloud program). On top of that, he supervises and directs cloud-based storage.

System Administrator

Through disciplined maintenance, support, and configuration, the System Administrator (or SysAdmin) ensures that the company’s IT system is running smoothly, efficiently, and productively. This may cover servers, hardware, software, or workstations.

Staffing You with the Right Stuff

We have talked a lot about the top IT professionals that Innerworks provides for businesses. Now, let’s talk about staffing YOUR company with the right stuff.

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