Tuesday, January 13, 2009

IT Consulting Firm Offers Free Training to Displaced IT Professionals

Pillar Technology, a Michigan IT consulting firm, is offering free educational training sessions to displaced IT workers in Michigan and Ohio.

In fact, a recent Detroit News story reported that within the last year the state has shed 6,100 tech jobs.

And at times like this, staying up to date with the latest training is more important than ever to Information Technology professionals.

That’s why a Michigan company is offering free educational training sessions to displaced IT workers.

Pillar Technology Group, a Brighton-based IT consulting firm, will offer in person events in Cincinnati, Ohio on Jan. 20th and Troy, Michigan January 26th, Okemos (Lansing) on January 27th, and Ann Arbor January 28th, and a webinar February 13th.

'Michigan's economy will not survive unless we take immediate action. said Gary Gentry, CEO of Pillar Technology. Too many information technology projects are full of wasted effort and rework. Pillar is taking a leadership role to educate the community on innovative ways to drive significant cost savings in software development.

Pillar Technology specializes in increasing IT organizations Efficiency and delivering measureable results.

We are inviting current and future clients, as well as our competitors to join us at any one of our educational events. Displaced information technology workers will have an opportunity to attend advanced training programs free of charge.'

Registration information can be found at www.pillartechnology.com

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