The Oxford Index for Oracle consultants picked up momentum from last quarter’s slump of 92, and increased to 125 for Q1 2016.
The Oxford Index for Information Technology consultants remained steady in Q1 2016, as did predicted demand for SAP consultants, with an index of 113.
The Oxford Index for IT consultants indicated a healthy start to the new year, with an index of 122, reflecting strong demand for IT consultants.
The Oxford Index for Applications Development increased slightly from last quarter, from 105 to 106, indicating steady demand for applications development consultants in Q1 2016.
The Oxford Index for PeopleSoft consultants jumped again from last quarter, from 111 to 167, reflecting a significant increase in demand for PeopleSoft consultants in Q1 2016.
The Oxford Index for IT consultants in Q4 2015 is 108, indicating continued demand for IT consultants.
While Q3 2015 looked promising for Oracle consultant demand, recovering from a three-quarter slump of flat demand, Q4 2015 reflects that demand for Oracle consultants is back down.
While the Oxford Index for IT consultants rose to 111 in Q3 2015, demand for IT infrastructure consultants dipped was at 104, showing steady demand for IT infrastructure consultants, but less so than the previous quarter.