As a part of our efforts to make it easier to understand how we support our clients we’ve introduced a new service, Infinite CTO. Many small to medium sized businesses aren’t ready to pay for a full time CTO to guide their IT efforts, but they still need someone to work with vendors, provide strategy and guidance, and perform the role of a Chief Technology Officer (CTO). We do a lot more than just build web applications and sites. We work with many of our clients on their technology strategies and act as a trusted partner in making technology related decisions for their organization.
Infinite CTO is perfect for organizations that need support and guidance on technology choices and implementation, but aren’t ready for an expensive full time CTO. We can engage with your executives, management, and staff and translate your needs and wants into clear technology choices and priorities. We will help you to work with the multitude of vendors and contracts needed to implement your IT strategy and we can translate between technical jargon and normal English.
We can help you when you are trying to get your new wireless mesh network up and running and don’t have any idea who to talk to vendors about bids. We can help you when you are trying to talk to vendors about purchasing new software for you business and don’t know if you’ll have direct access to your data or a way to migrate it later. We can discuss your needs and changing pain points as your organization grows and help you come up with effective solutions to your problems. And, when it comes time to hire a full time CTO, we can help you evaluate the candidates to see who is really qualified.
We can assist as much or as little as you need to make sure you get the support you need at the right price. Learn more about Infinite CTO and contact us to discuss how we can help your organization.
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