How To Get Enterprise-Level IT On Your Small Business Budget

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a small business discussing their IT budgetDave Hartman contributed an article to The Daily Record about how small businesses can get enterprise-level IT on a budget. Here is an excerpt from the article:

“Today, more than any time in history, effective and business-centric IT is critical to success in a competitive, customer-centric market — no matter the industry.

Small and midmarket firms need to keep pace with their larger competitors to stay relevant. The challenge for many organizations is budget, with leaders contemplating if they have the resources – budget, time, and talent – for innovation or digitalization.

Technology is never inexpensive, but when ineffectively performed, incorrectly utilized or not focused on achieving desirable business outcomes, it can become prohibitively expensive for growing businesses.

For small and midmarket executives wondering if their organization can achieve enterprise-level IT performance, the answer is yes. Focus on these five critical tips to ensure that IT is positioned to be a strategic asset.”

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