Incorporated in the State of Texas, IGS, inc is fast growing service provider with committed and talented professionals with many years of hands on experience in the field of Information technology and Healthcare. Our Professional Service offers a unique combination of unlimited resources and extensive experience, to give you a single Giga solution for all your short or long term business requirements. We provide software development, maintenance and project management services in addition to Right sourcing and Staffing Solutions in IT and Healthcare.

IGS Strength
  1. Fast delivery : Strategic and timely delivery of solutions
  2. Highly skilled resources : IGS provides solutions that will meet clients' diverse requirements
  3. Quick Turn around : Any changes that are needed can be done quickly resulting in cost savings and optimizing working time
  4. Cost savings : With our dynamic Giga team providing support, client can be assured of significant cost savings

When career site recently analyzed millions of job postings on its web site, researchers found that the fastest-growing category of keywords — including HTML5, Android, mobile app, and social media — were in IT, and a new survey by tech job site bears that out: About 65% of hiring managers said they hope to add tech staff in the first half of 2012. Roughly a quarter of those (27%) said they want to expand their IT headcount by more than 20%.

Openings for software developers who specialize in applications will rise by more than one-third (34%) by 2018, says Best Jobs for the 21st Century, a new book by job market analyst Laurence Shatkin, while companies will hire 20% more computer systems analysts. Rising pay in these fields reflects the surge in demand: The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that developers of systems software, for instance, earn an average of $94,180 per year.

The following are the hot jobs in IT industry for IT professionals with the following skill sets:

  • NETEZZA Admin/ Developer
  • BI Analysts
  • Oracle DBA
  • Cognos Admin/Developer
  • .Net Developer
  • Informatica Admin/Developer
  • Tidal Admin/Developer
  • Business Objects Admin/Developer
  • Linux/Solaris Admin
  • System/Network Admin
  • SQL Server Developer/DBA
  • Java Developer
  • QA
Healthcare HOT Jobs

According to a report released by the American Hospital Association in July 2007, U.S. hospitals need approximately 116,000 RNs to fill vacant positions nationwide. This translates into a national Registered Nurse vacancy rate of 8.1%. The report, titled The 2007 State of America's Hospitals - Taking the Pulse, also found that 44% of hospital CEOs had more difficulty recruiting Registered Nurses in 2006 than in 2005.

The shortage of registered nurses (RNs) in the U.S. could reach as high as 500,000 by 2025 according to a report released by Dr. Peter Buerhaus and colleagues in March 2008. The report, titled The Future of the Nursing Workforce in the United States: Data, Trends and Implications, found that the demand for Registered Nurses is expected to grow by 2% to 3% each year. Partly due to the aging of the U.S. population, health care has been hot for a while now, and the trend shows no sign of slowing. Shatkin's research says the U.S. will need 103,900 more registered nurses every year (average salary: $64,690) well into the next decade, along with 7,860 new physical therapists per annum (average pay: $76,310). Demand for dental hygienists is up too, with a projected 36.1% growth in job openings between now and 2018 (average pay: $68,250).

The following are the hot jobs in Healthcare industries for registered nurses with the following specializations:

  • ICU/CCU – Intensive Care / Critical Care Unit
  • CVICU – Cardio Vascular Intensive Care
  • NICU – Neonatal ICU
  • PICU – Pediatric ICU
  • SICU – Surgical ICU
  • MICU – Medical ICU
  • ER – Emergency Room, Trauma, Emergency Department (ED)
  • OR – Operating Room
  • CVOR – Cardio Vascular Operating Room
  • PCU – Progressive Care Unit (a.k.a. Telemetry or Step-down)
  • PACU – Post Anesthesia Care Unit
  • L&D – Labor and Delivery
  • Cath Lab
  • Cardiac
  • CRNA – Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Endoscopy/GI – Gastrointestinal