Sports tech careers can focus on improving athletes’ performances and developing ever more sophisticated equipment that’s individualized to let each athlete make the most of their strengths.
Systems analysts are specialists needed in every industry from retail to consulting. They combine tech savvy with problem solving skills implement the best software solutions for organizations.
Systems integrators for websites manage the various technical and visual elements that ensure the site operates smoothly and doesn’t go down.
Tech entrepreneurs have a vision for what’s possible and won’t stop until they achieve it. They’re passionate yet relentlessly resourceful in bringing together all the business know-how required to build something out of nothing.
If Facebook were a nation, it’d be the third largest in the world! Facebook, Twitter and YouTube started out as fun ways to share with friends but they’ve exploded into powerful tools that allow tech marketers to create viral buzz for their products and services.
Tech sales specialists take a passion for all things ICT and skilfully translate it into compelling, real-world benefits that non-techie decision makers can understand. They don’t just sell widgets and wires. They change the world with one technology at a time.
All organizations rely on tech project managers to steer projects from start to finish – on time, on budget and to the highest quality.
A technical director represents the bridge between the dream for a video game and its final reality by determining if a project is technically possible.
Video game testers get to be the first players of new games but their idea of fun is making sure every element of the game works as planned, without any bugs or errors.
Web developers and programmers are experts in script languages and coding that are essential to the successful operation of a website.