IT firm eShore has been appointed to the ICTA Women in Technology Council for Latin America and the Caribbean.

eShore’s involvement in the council will afford it the opportunity to further strengthen the firm’s efforts in assisting women in Cayman to navigate, and enter into, the IT industry.

eShore said it is planning various initiatives, which will include the provision of several local scholarships to qualifying female candidates, and ITIL4.0 IT service management training.

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