Net at Work offers access to CIO resources who specialize in helping organizations create technology strategies that will digitally transform businesses. These fractional CIOs are change agents focused on defining technology strategy, developing tactical execution plans, and executing the roadmap.
These forward-thinking visionaries not only lead your organization through today’s challenges they lead companies on a transformation journey focused on building platforms to propel your company forward through 2030 and beyond.
THE SPEED OF BUSINESS
It’s no secret that the speed of business today is faster than ever thanks to digital technology. Technology helps companies achieve flexibility, agility, and scale. Companies large and small can now change course rapidly to respond to changing market conditions to win new customers and beat the competition.
The COVID pandemic has provided proof that a digital investment strategy pays dividends. From operations and financials to customer experience management to workforce management, today’s business climate demands speed, flexibility, and precision.
THE RISK OF BEING LEFT BEHIND
Some small and medium sized businesses (SMB) continue to operate with antiquated technology and business processes that were developed 15 years ago, or more. Business conditions have changed radically since then making many of these investments obsolete and a drag on today’s businesses.
Creating a strategic digital roadmap for your business requires insight, business acumen, and technology expertise; the domain of a Chief Information Officer (CIO). Many small businesses lack a CIO’s insight and are unsure where to start.
“Through their understanding of our business, Sage X3, manufacturing in general, and technology as a whole — our Fractional CIO is definitely delivering a return on our investment”
“We’re a medium-sized business and knew we must modernize to be competitive. Eric Sluss from Net at Work mapped a strategy and roadmap and helped us execute a digital transformation starting with an ERP implementation. We are now on our way to having the modern, scalable and supportable digital infrastructure we need to manage our rapidly growing business.”