Sustainable Tech Solutions for Enterprise Scalability
The modern economy runs on technology; it is the backbone of all major businesses. From firing packets of information between customers and websites to tracking customer demographics and purchase history-every bit of information that occurs online is captured through data. As businesses scale and transactions grow, the volume of data (and the number of servers required to store it) creates an increasingly complex environment that makes managing and monitoring the overall health of your organization's technology stack a dizzying task for even the most well-informed IT professional.
Fortunately for today's CDOs, CTOs, CIOs, and even CFOs, the founder and CEO of Fortified, a leading database managed service provider, Ben DeBow has written End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value.
DeBow's patent-pending approach allows IT executives to:
To determine the health, efficiency, and capacity of their systems, leaders need solutions they can act on. Yet, many technology leaders lack real insights into the health of their technology environment at the organizational level. In a refreshing shakeup of the status quo, DeBow's book equips IT executives with actionable solutions for managing and monitoring technology health so they can maximize the efficiency of the enterprise's entire tech stack and deliver measurable value to the bottom line.
With the tech health blueprint in End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value, IT leaders can begin to take action to make their systems healthier and more mature. What's more, these actions can be mapped to key performance indicators (KPIs), or objectives and key results (OKRs), at the top level of the enterprise. An unprecedented, detailed understanding of your technology spend and its alignment with project pricing is possible.
Learn from DeBow's experience improving systems for some of the largest insurance, hospitality, and software enterprises in the world, along with firsthand advice from CTOs, CIOs, and CFOs who are out there fighting for efficiency in their organizations every day.