Conversations about your cloud strategy are probably the focus of many business meetings today. And if they’re not, they should be. You may ask, ‘Is everyone moving to the cloud?’ The answer is Yes!
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I'm sure you’ve heard people talking about how they are embracing the cloud and migrating their business there. And you’re thinking, 'Is everyone moving to the cloud?' The answer is YES; about 75% of our customers are having deep cloud solution conversations about modernizing their data platform, moving their data center and evaluating cloud analytics.
Your CIO plays one of the most important roles in your organization. Do you know what your CIO is working on to help grow your business?
Validating your CIO’s strategy is an important piece of knowledge to ensure that your business is moving forward. Here are the 3 questions to ask to figure out that strategy.
Are you looking to build a successful strategy to get your business into the cloud? Is your business lacking a true partnership with your IT department to move your organization forward? Unfortunately, many companies have an “IT” mindset, putting their focus on preventing pain and keeping things from breaking, instead of focusing on creating opportunities to grow their business.
Many organizations are looking for solutions to help their businesses grow and to take advantage of all that their business data and Business Intelligence has to offer. This week, our President of Consulting, Adam Jorgensen, and Consulting Solutions Manager, Marc Marin visited some Boston area customers to talk about how Pragmatic Works is helping to create these solutions and helping to grow their business.
In an earlier blog post, we discussed how hard it is to find the right candidate for placement for data and IT roles. Once a person is placed within your team, how do you know that person will receive the support they need from the company or agency that placed them? Many agencies will place a person and then they are on their own.
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