Employee leasing in IT: a common practice

In the IT industry, employee leasing has become a common practice that allows companies to complete their projects and tasks flexibly as well as effectively. The transfer of IT professionals, by one company to another, allows you to get temporary support for specific projects or tasks without having to hire your own employees.

One of the main reasons why employee leasing is so common in IT is the rapid technological changes in the industry. Companies need to constantly keep their skills and knowledge up to date in order to remain competitive in the long term. Employee leasing allows them to gain access to skilled professionals without having to worry about their education and training. In addition, competition for talent and junior staff is increasing, and finding suitable candidates is becoming increasingly difficult and cost-intensive.

  •  Entire project teams
  •  Project Manager
  •  Product Owner 
  •  Requirements Engineers 
  •  Software Architects
  •  Software Developers
  •  Testers & Quality Managers

IT challenges

There are a variety of challenges in IT today. The greatest difficulty is probably in attracting and retaining suitable skilled workers over the long term. According to a study by the "Bundesverband für Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien" (German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media), there were already almost 86,000 unfilled positions in IT at the end of 2020. In the event of personnel bottlenecks or order peaks, temporary staffing can be a sensible alternative. In addition, the following challenges can generally be identified:

  1. Protecting corporate data and systems from cyber threats and data loss.
  2. Integrating new technologies into existing systems and processes to increase efficiency and productivity.
  3. Collaborating and communicating with various departments and teams to ensure IT solutions meet the needs of the business.
  4. Complying with regulations and data protection requirements.
  5. Dealing with rapid changes in technology and the associated need to constantly acquire new skills and knowledge.
  6. Providing IT support and services to employees and customers to resolve issues quickly and effectively.

The increasing frequency and intensity of cyber attacks require additional knowledge in the area of IT security.

We are glad to advise you also on related topics, such as the Cyber Security, Pentests and Awareness Training.

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What are Professional Services actually?

Professional Services generally refers to services performed by experts (so-called "professionals") who have special skills and knowledge in an area for which high competencies are generally required (expert knowledge).

In IT, Professional Services refers to services provided by IT professionals. These services can vary and include, for example, consulting in the implementation of IT systems, support in the integration and development of software solutions, training of employees in the use of IT systems, and support in troubleshooting and maintaining IT systems. In general, Professional Services provide support in the use of technology to improve business efficiency and performance. 

OHB Digital Services has the experts for your project success: promptly, flexibly, holistically and innovatively. Benefit from the expertise of our software developers and consultants in the context of legally secured employee leasing, service contracts or contracts for work and services, as a supplement to existing software development teams on your premises or remotely.

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