Following the Information Technology Curve for Greater Profitability, we examine how your company scores on this Information Technology Curve.
Information Technology as a Value
Everything as a number, right? My college football team has a ranking, my stocks have a share price, and my bed even has a firmness number. So, how do you score the health of your technology for your small business? I guess if you’re up and running and no one is yelling, everything must be alright. Well, maybe – but you can’t manage what you don’t measure.
Most businesses measure sales and watch marketing analytics closely. However, Information Technology is often overlooked as a key differentiator, yet it is the fabric that drives productivity, communication, and operations. It can make or break you. It touches every part of the business from accounting to HR, so wouldn’t you like a score to see how you are doing? We have come up with an effective way of evaluating and scoring your business based on something we call the Information Technology Curve. There are four steps on the Curve: Stability, Reliability, Productivity and Transformation.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be talking about each one more in depth, which will give a decent idea of where you are on the Curve, and if your business has a healthy Technology score. If you can’t wait to find out your score, give us a call. We’d love to sit down with you!
Where are You on the Information Technology Curve?
“I want to avoid headaches and stop wasting time dealing with issues.”
“I can’t afford down time. I need a plan in case something goes wrong.”
“Let me do more with the resources I already have. I want to work smarter and stop wasteful repetitive actions.”
“Information Technology is an investment, not an expense. In need a competitive advantage to the playing field.”