When performing a technical evaluation of a potential new employee, dataLogistics relies heavily on the following selection criteria:

Relevant formal education

Most of our technical employees hold graduate and post-graduate degrees in Computer Science, Information Management, Engineering, and Business.

The main value we see in some form of formal education is the clear indication of an individual’s ability to process large amounts of information, effectively manage time, and work towards and complete a set goal under pressure.

Industry-Related Certifications

When working with a specific product or service, most people frequently only explore and study the parts of the product or service relevant to the task at hand. Unfortunately, knowledge of the less-utilized parts remains minimal, and results in incomplete knowledge and experience.

When pursuing industry-related certifications like Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer or Cisco Certified Internetworking Engineer, the student is forced to dedicate a substantial amount of time to the process of exploring and studying every component of a product or solution – even if rarely utilized.

The value of this is more complete and rounded knowledge of a product or service, and a person better equipped to design, implement, maintain, and support solutions based on these products and solutions.

Our employees hold one or more of at least the following certifications:

  1. Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
  2. Compaq Accredited Systems Engineer (ASE)
  3. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
  4. Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
  5. Certified Novell Administrator (CNA)
  6. Certified Novell Engineer (CNE)
  7. Certified Project Manager
  8. Certified Trainer

Extensive Real-Life Experience

There is no substitute for real-life experience. Our employees have many years of experience studying, designing, and deploying the very technologies dataLogistics uses to build solutions.