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The global recession means one thing: everyone expects more out of technology, be it for internal projects or product development. Even if budgets are cut. Is there any escape from this madness?
Fortunately, yes. Projects that increase access, economy, and usefulness are thriving. And new technologies (such as cloud computing, remote desktops, mobile apps, and virtualization) can reduce deployment and operation costs.
Although the benefits are real, these projects have a drawback: they introduce change. While sometimes we fear change, managed change is necessary for a successful deployment. Even in a recession.
Left Brained Geeks offers technical project management, essentially a CIO on Call, to support both internal (use in-house) and external (for sale to customers) development. This can be management help, development help, or the full spectrum of both.
Not everyone needs this type of service. Will it benefit you? Yes, if the you meet some criteria:
You depend on technology for some critical function or need. This could be to run a business. Or to produce a product you will sell.
Current technology cannot keep up with with internal or external customer demand.
You are able, ready, and willing to make changes and improvements.
Lots of conditions, true. But if there is a strong correlation, technical project management can help, and has helped others.
Have we caught your interest? Good. Let's discuss your development needs. What type of changes are needed? What technology is necessary for keeping the project healthy? How will tech needs change over time? And most important, how do these changes impact people: customers and employees?
We'll need about an hour to gather data for an executive level assessment. Following this, we'll provide a proposal for going forward.
For smaller projects, the proposal will consider the entire project: statement of work, schedule, budget. For larger, the proposal will consider the project's necessary stages.
Like the proposal you receive? Great! We'll be glad to start right away. But if not, use the data at no charge.
If the prospect of using technology efficiently sounds wonderful but starting seems painful, let us help! Call or send us email today!