Certis Launches Digital Campaign to Boost Tech Talent Hiring and to Grow Tech Workforce

Firm’s ongoing transformation includes digital upskilling for employees as a building block towards a future-ready workforce  

Certis will boost its technology (tech) workforce hiring to develop more innovative, smart security solutions incorporating internet of things, robotics and artificial intelligence to support the increased digitalisation amongst existing and potential customers following the pandemic.Asia’s leading smart security and integrated services firm will launch a recruitment campaign in Singapore from 1 June 2022, targeted at hiring tech professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMET) roles. As part of its transformation into a tech-led security solutions firm, the campaign aims to attract more tech individuals to design and create Certis’ next generation of technological offerings – from operations-tech to enterprise software – so as to achieve greater operational efficiencies and business outcomes for its customers. Interested job candidates can apply for vacancies at

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Available roles range from data engineers, software architects, cybersecurity specialists, cloud engineers and data analysts.

Mr Robin Goh, Certis’ Senior Vice President and Head of Group Communications and Marketing, said: “Our globally talented tech workforce has been instrumental in supporting Certis’ strategic evolution into a technology company in the last four years. As we continue to expand our suite of innovative enterprise ops-tech solutions and products across our large global customer footprint in diverse sectors, our tech workforce must grow in tandem – to fulfil our purpose to secure a safer, smarter, better future for generations ahead.”

Since 2018, Certis’ tech workforce has supported the development of industry-leading smart integrated solutions such as Security+ and BPRO to drive business outcomes in increased productivity, efficiency and enhanced experience for its customers in the government, retail, property and education sectors. In addition, the tech teams have also developed in-house ops-tech applications for staff members, such as Allegro, e-LMS (on-demand learning management system) and its back-to-office app, in transforming how employees work and interact

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