International research firm McKinsey & Company predicts that the IoT has a total potential economic impact of $3.9 trillion to $11.1 trillion a year by 2025. Internet of Things (IoT) has potential to generate millions of jobs in coming years. It has proved disruptive equally for businesses and individuals. Businesses are being forced to innovate better products and services.
In parallel, individuals are being pushed to value add their current profile and skill set to stay competitive in rapidly changing market. Looking at immense demand of skilled workforce, Collabera TACT has designed purpose built, highly customized IoT training program to empower technology professionals to manage digital transformation.
Pioneer in the staffing industry, Collabera TACT was formed with a vision to enable the current IT pool to take up challenging opportunities by venturing into newer technologies. The organization in no time has been recognized as one of the top training organizations in the field of Analytics, Big Data and IoT. They claim that they have touched millions of lives and helped them with their careers. "Owing to the technology wave, we have observed a major demand-supply gap in requirement for IT professionals who were in sync with the industry. Thus, adoption of the skill sets following into highly skilled manpower have been produced to industry mainly to architect, design, develop, deploy and operate IoT systems," says Sunny Shah, Associate Vice President, Collabera TACT.
IoT training programs at Collabera cover end-to-end IoT ecosystems development from sensor to cloud. The training content include industry accepted programming languages, hardware prototyping platforms, IDEs and IoT cloud platform to provide a comprehensive understanding of all the aspects of IoT technology. At TACT, they believe in experiential learning. The core technical concepts are covered exhaustively supported by respective hands-on sessions. DIY kit containing required hardware modules to perform hands-on sessions to each participant makes the student explore their own ideas.
"Training delivery is highly interactive where trainer demonstrates real life implementation of IoT with active engagement of participants. Participants receive 24x7 supports to ensure completion of all the hands-on exercises," adds Sunny. The duration of online instructor-led IoT training program at TACT is 48 hours and the corporate training programs varies from 3-5 days depending on learning requirement of corporate clients. Corporate training programs are tailor-made to meet the learning expectation of clients. The programs focus on device design, network design, web services architecture, cloud hosted application development, and IoT security among many.
"Our trainer has more than 20 years of R&D, academic and training experience. His core areas of expertise are Electronic System Design & Manufacturing, protocol development, Information technology, industrial automation, embedded systems, python, machine learning and Internet of things. He has trained more than 8000 engineering students and more than 1000 corporate professionals on IoT technology from leading IT companies like Cognizant, VMware, Bharti Airtel and many more," claims Sunny.
With a target to train 1 million professionals to contribute in the development of a global IoT ecosystem, Collabera TACT cherishes the acceptability and the recognition received from masses acknowledging their efforts towards creating a New Age workforce.
Sunny Shah, Associate Vice President
A Postgraduate from the prestigious London International College, Sunny joined Collabera in mid-2011 on an assignment to enhance their shared services division across the globe. Since then, Sunny has played a pivotal role in TACT emerging into one of the leading technology training brands across the world, thus became a source of inspiration for the people around him. A Six-Sigma Green Belt professional, Sunny wants to bring a difference in the way people get trained and create a world-class training eco-system that benefits all.