Many talented professionals differentiate their skillsets early in their careers—some even before they graduate. To ensure these early bloomers find the right fit for their talents, CapTech seeks top achievers on campuses across the country.
Your data is the most powerful data set that exists on the planet today. Should you have control over and own your own data? In this episode, Vinnie Schoenfelder welcomes mePrism CEO Tom Daly and CapTech co-CEO Steve Holdych to discuss data privacy and its value to both the consumer and companies. Topics covered include:• Understanding how your data is being used and how the magic of the magic of technology can be distracting. • Why compliance and full transparency with consumer data is critical to brand affinity.• How the mass scale of sharing data influences purchasing behaviors.For more information on mePrism: https://www.meprism.com/
Featuring ARtGlass CEO Greg Werkheiser, this CapTech Trends episode discusses how ARtglass, a Richmond, VA based company, is bringing cultural sites like Pompeii, George Washington's Mount Vernon, and Madame Tussaud's to life through an immersive Augmented Reality wearable.
Introducing this technology into museums and historical sites not only leaves people entertained, but also provides an emotional and intellectual experience.
Learn more about ARtglass: https://artglassgroup.com/
Like many companies, a Fortune 500 car retailer relies heavily on timely talent acquisition. The timeliness aspect is critical: in a given year, the company sells over a million cars nationwide, and to support its full operations, it sifts through over a quarter million applications to hire more than 10,000 associates annually. The car retailer also recruits seasonally to meet peak demand during the tax and holiday seasons.
We want everyone at CapTech to realize a lasting and rewarding career, so we offer a variety of career paths. Each path rewards individuals based on their skills and passions. Professional evolution looks and feels different for everyone, so we provide an alternate avenue through subject expertise. The Subject Matter Expert (SME) Program supports the growth of technical and professional expertise.
In May and June, CapTech’s Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Council will host events with our partners Women Who Code and Blacks In Technology. Both events are part of the council’s commitment to ensure CapTech is a place where people can thrive and are empowered to bring their whole selves to work.
Making a career change to better suit your skills and desires is always a challenge. But CapTecher Tina Schurr made the leap from consultant to technical lead with coaching and support from her CapTech mentor.