Agile recruitment that keeps pace with digital business

Software Development & Architecture Recruitment

Stott and May’s Software Development and Architecture practice are renowned for helping hiring managers proactively secure the talent they need to take the next step in their digital transformation or product development journeys. We ensure that our clients can keep up with the pace of digital business by enabling them to access a rich network of niche and often difficult to acquire skill sets in highly aggressive time frames.

Here's why clients typically engage with our Software Development & Architecture Practice

  • You need resource to meet delivery dates that have financial consequences.
  • You are hiring for a niche skillset relating to a new application or framework.
  • You need a complete turnkey resourcing solution to meet the demands of large transformational projects.
  • You need to plug essential skills gaps in your team with interim or contract resource.
  • You don’t want to spend time sifting through multiple c.v.’s that miss your brief.
  • You need a dedicated partner capable of rectifying problems quickly and providing best in class candidate care.
Glenn Osborn Software Development

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Your businesses success is linked to the quality of technical resource that is driving it forwards. Make sure you stay competitive with the market by offering the right target salary.

Recently completed assignments

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Talk Talk

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The AA

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European Commission Office

Stott and May have worked with us for a couple of years now focusing in on our IT and Digital recruitment needs. In that time, I have found them to be highly responsive and great listeners. The quality of candidates that we have recruited via Stott and May has been higher than the standard achieved by other agencies. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to other potential clients.
- Digital IT Manager, The AA

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Meet some of the Software Development & Architecture practice

Sean Park-Davies

Consultant - Software Development Architecture

Natalie Greenaway

Account Manager - Technology Sales