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Disruptive Technology & IT Deals

In this video, PwC's Rob Fisher discusses disruptive technologies and their impact on overall Technology deals. In it, he talks about technology delivered less as a product and more of a service particularly on the enterprise side.

As companies race to keep up with disruptive trends, or vie to be the disruption, we see an increasingly reliance on a distributed model of IT talent. While there is some offset with cloud-based technologies, overall there is a trend toward connecting technologies.

In the consumer space we see this taking place as expectation grow for seamless integration between personal devices and transactional devices. On the enterprise side, financial institution, healthcare facilities, manufacturing plants, and warehousing and fulfillment facilities are seeing an increase in demand for IT infrastructure teams to install and maintain technologies deployed across a wide geography.

Grant Derner
Executive Vice President, Professional Division, Lehigh Technical

Grant Derner joined Lehigh Technical in November 2009 via Lehigh Technical's acquisition of PMH Resources. In his role today, Grant serves Lehigh Technical by calling upon a proven track record encompassing over 30 years of direct staffing industry experience to spearhead Lehigh Technical's support of IT Infrastructure, advanced engineering, and professional services.

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