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Gentrack turns to India to staff its strategy reset

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 22 Jun 2021

The utilities software firm is struggling to find enough software engineers. (Image: Supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Tue, 22 Jun 2021
Utilities software firm Gentrack has employed 50 engineers in India as part of its strategic reset, partly due to a critical shortage of tech workers inhibiting sector growth.Gentrack’s new chief executive Gary Miles said technology expertise is in high demand worldwide and tech-based companies around the globe were struggling to get enough staff.  “We have more work than we have resources today, it's a good problem to have and we’ve ramped up the hiring engine, but it is a drag on the business,” he told investo...

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