Wednesday, May 11, 2011

IT recruiters interviewing students on MUM campus next week

The IT industry is hiring in the US...

Technical recruiters from several offices of MICROS Systems, Inc. and Vitech Systems Group, Inc. plan to visit the campus of Maharishi University of Management (M.U.M.) next week for interviewing/testing MSCS students for about 25 software developer positions.

The headquarters of MICROS Systems are in Columbia, Maryland. [Stock symbol MCRS: market value $4.01 billion; 4,625 employees; primary business is customized software for point-of-sale transactions systems that include company-wide systems and database management; 28,000+ systems installed worldwide-has equal share of this market along with Oracle and SAP; a small sample of well-known clients include: Hyatt, Hilton, Four Seasons, Marriott, Starbucks, ESPN Zone, Reebok, Wendy's, Hard Rock Café, Burger King, Subway, Denny's, 7-11, Whirlpool, Barney's New York, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ann Taylor, Hannaford Brothers.] MICROS first hired an M.U.M. graduate student in May, 2008. Since then, their various development offices have hired more than 30 of our students. Their managers give high marks to the software skills and professional performance of employees with an M.U.M. pedigree.

Vitech Systems Group, Inc. (New York, NY) is a leading provider of administration software to benefit and investment organizations. They are privately held and have 500 employees. Vitech hired an M.U.M. student in April, 2007, who is now a lead developer in New York. He was asked to hire more developers from our Computer Professionals Program for their Oklahoma City office. Several M.U.M. alumni and students are already working at that regional office. He will visit campus next week along with an associate.