Women in Tech: “I see lack of communication as one of the main causes of problems in IT” – JAXenter

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A research study by The National Center for Women & Information Technology showed that “gender diversity has specific benefits in technology settings,” which could explain why tech companies have started to invest in initiatives that aim to boost the number of female applicants, recruit them in a more effective way, retain them for longer, and give them the opportunity to advance. But is it enough?
Three years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Silvia Schreier, Technical Architect.
Today’s Woman in Tech: Silvia Schreier, Technical Architect
As Technical Architect at METRONOM, Silvia Schreier mediates between technical and IT experts from the METRO Companion App to the web shop and the web presence of all 26 METRO countries.
Besides answering the exciting technical questions in this area, she uses her experience in web architecture to find the balance between user requirements, sustainable architecture, and reliable operation.
When did you become interested in technology?
My interest in technology was awakened by my parents early in childhood. Both have a technical degree and we had many technical toys and a PC at …

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