Newsday: US software firm eyes Trinidadian developers

Via Newsday September 25, 2014 article :

“We will love to get more Trinis on board,” says Lawler Kang, director of global people strategy and talent acquisition at Medullan, which describes itself on its website as a digital health innovation lab.

The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts and specialises in providing health care services to a wide range of clients. Seven years ago it set up a local office – Medullan Trinidad Limited and earlier this year it opened an office in Jamaica.

The comment was Kang’s way of saying that Medullan remained interested in hiring Trinidadians despite a disappointing experience last year when it tried and failed to recruit local developers for applications for its offerings to the health care sector. Last October, the company set out to recruit 40 developers in the region but could only find three in Trinidad and eventually went to Jamaica where it found the talent it was seeking. ”

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