Jumar has been the key technology partner of Shipowners’ for more than 5 years and has been instrumental in driving the delivery of Shipowners’ new policy management platform, supporting its global network of members and brokers.
Capgemini’s size and need for agility often requires the provision of resources at short notice, or with specialist skills aligned to a particular project. To satisfy the need for Java developers with a specialism in the legacy technology CA Gen, Jumar proposed a combination of three of its innovative resourcing solutions.
Jumar managed the smooth transition from DTMR’s in-house team to the outsourced ‘follow-the-sun’ solution. With high-quality CA Gen resources in both Australia and the UK, DTMR was able to exploit the time zone differences, as its support team adopted a 24-hour approach.
The primary recruitment challenge facing Legal Logic Systems is that there is a great deal of competition for developers with the specific skills they require. These ‘hard-to-find’ roles posed particular difficulties for generalist IT recruiters, who don’t have the breadth of network that Jumar has built up over many years. Recruiting IT staff into a legal environment often proves difficult, and requires additional activity on the part of recruiters to communicate the advantages of the industry and the client’s strategic plans to the candidate pool.
The Shipowners’ Club has been protecting small ship operators for over 160 years. As market leaders they insure over 33,000 small and specialist vessels, entered through a global distribution network of nearly 700 brokers.
The State of New Mexico Human Services Department provides services to more than 800,000 State residents. Jumar worked with the department to enable it to upgrade its CA Gen application system (and supporting environments), which is used by the State to manage various child support functions.