Technology & Communication

Technology & Communications

The demands of the global enterprise market present technology vendors with exceptional opportunity, yet fierce competition. The world’s leading Information Technology and Communications companies pursue market share and revenue growth by embedding themselves into their existing client base and outperforming others. Through innovation and acquisition the ongoing development of their product and services offerings is constant, yet wholly reliant on individual and collective talent.

The single most important corporate resource is talent; technologically literate, operationally agile business people with a truly global perspective. Given the transparency of organisational strategies, people are the prime source of competitive advantage. Consequently, the companies that are most likely to succeed are those that invest wisely on attracting, developing and retaining talent.

Working with market leaders, both early-stage and established players, Wilton & Bain’s Technology and Communications practice meets the relentless demand for excellence through rapid, research-intensive search practices to place exceptional candidates across the following sub-divisions:

Communications

Representing communications clients across a wide range of industry segments including next generation convergent, web and wireless and traditional telecoms service providers. Our applications focus includes network services, software, voice, data and content.

Software

From pre-IPO visionaries to global market leaders, enterprise and consumer software, fixed-term and utility based Software as a Service business models, from the infrastructure layer through to applications and out into the cloud.

Systems & Services

Delivering Business Leaders, Executive Management, Sales, Marketing & Product talent into systems integrators, IT service providers and outsourcing suppliers. Covering all aspects of enterprise infrastructure from consultancy-led business solutions through to hardware (components and devices) and "green" technologies.