For a digital insurer to meet the needs of customers and deliver services as needed, there needs to be knowledgeable, skilled people to build and manage sophisticated applications, algorithms and analytics. However, most executives and managers don’t have a firm understanding of the types of skills available to their companies, and there isn’t even a firm definition of what constitutes skills gaps in the context of corporate computing.

That’s according to a recent survey of 600 managers and professionals from Comp-TIA, the tech industry trade association, which finds the technology skills gap is getting more dire. Nearly half, 46%, report that the skills gap situation at their organization has grown in scope and depth over the past two years.

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