IT cavalry to the rescue Featured

10:04am EDT July 22, 2002
It wasn't that long ago when a company would tap the employees most familiar with computers and put them in charge of running the network and computer troubleshooting. But emerging technologies are driving a new type of personnel crunch-information technology specialists-and, as Bob Dylan would say, "The times, they are a changin'." Throw in the Y2K problem, and it's no wonder that IS experts are in high demand.

That's why Mega Solutions, a Cleveland-based consulting group, branched off an IS recruiting and placement firm-Mega Resources-to specifically address those needs.

"There are a lot of people who come through our offices that really aren't right for consulting," says Dan Czekaj, vice president of Mega's human-resources department. "But just because they're not right for a particular consulting assignment doesn't mean they're not right for IT. So this is a chance for us to use the contacts we've established-including our clients who are looking for full-time people."

How to reach: Mega Resources (216) 781-1551