Virtual Chief Information Officer

Generally, a chief executive officer's primary responsibilities include making major business decisions, overseeing the overall operations and resources of a company, and acting as the main point of contact with the board of directors, investors, and corporate operations.

If you are a medium-sized business you may not have investors, and if you’re a small organization you may not have a board of directors or investors, but you are both CEOs of your company with the same responsibilities. Do you also have time to be the CIO and technology expert?

Have you considered a Virtual CIO? If you are having growing pains, hiring a Virtual CIO can provide you with an objective assessment of your processes and help you customize your infrastructure to meet the needs not just for today, but for the future. Moreover, you’ll understand the various system and hardware options that will meet your goals and the difference in price/quality/reliability.

Once the relationship is established, you’ll have a valuable partner that can also provide ongoing IT services if that is desired, and should a disaster occur you have a trusted partner to call. Here are some of the various ways your Virtual CIO can help:

  • Understand your Needs and Goals
  • Assist with vendor management
  • Positively affect productivity and your bottom line
  • Provide expert technical guidance
  • Align your Business & Technology objectives
  • Develop non-disruptive implementation timeline
  • Manage digital transformation
  • Craft business continuity plan
  • Scope out IT infrastructure strategy
  • Ensure IT strategies deliver value
  • Control & forecast IT spend
  • Secure company data and IP