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If you are happy to report that your IT is awesome — that's great! We love hearing success stories.

If you are feeling pretty good about the state of your Information Technology (IT), it is likely you are working with a really great in-house or outsourced IT team.

With all going well, hopefully you can say the following statements are true:

  • We have good rhythm and exceptional processes, so there’s accountability. No one is left in the dark wondering when something might get done (if ever) or what the status is.
  • Tasks that can be automated, are automated.
  • Everything from the big picture to the details that matter are taken care of.
  • We experience consistent improvements in the services we receive.
  • IT isn’t an excuse for not hitting business goals.
  • Our system is stable and consistently does what it's supposed to do.
  • Employees are productive and appreciate the IT department.
  • IT isn’t a bottleneck.
  • We have a clear vision of our technology plan going into the future.
  • We have a good idea of what our IT spending will look like for the next 2-3 years.
  • We’ve uncovered things that we didn’t know that we didn't know!
  • There's transparency, so there’s no confusion over what’s happening and when.
  • The IT department has a great reputation among the company.

Managing IT in today's fast-paced, technology-driven world is not as easy as it used to be, but with an awesome IT team, there's no limit to what your company can accomplish. 

Finding the right team with varying specialties that align with your company's unique business processes can be a challenge, so if you're able to say "our IT is awesome," that's quite a feat! Keep up the good work.

If you read this and thought, "Um, maybe my IT could use a little help"...give us a call or fill out the form on this page. We'll help you figure out if you're getting what you should be for the amount that you're paying and see if there might be a way to get better results from the IT function in your company.