How to Make IT Assessments Quick, Easy, and Effective

IT assessments have a bad reputation as being ineffective, disruptive, and time-consuming. Mikhail debunks each of these myths in this quick video about Abraic’s approach to optimized assessments:

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The Fractional CIO Option - Abraic

Not Your Typical CIO: The Fractional CIO Option

Situations abound where a business could use supplemental C-level IT expertise to get through a transitory period of change. Maybe you’re between CIOs, or your senior IT leader needs some temporary executive-level help. Maybe the executive team needs some strategic IT advice, or the IT department needs a “shot in the arm” to get to the next level or deliver a new capability.

Flexible access to CIO-level expertise on part-time or temporary basis can serve to strengthen your IT function. Staffing services or consulting firms will provide a resource to cover strategic and/or tactical IT leadership needs. The resource can help with a short-term transition, organizational change, or other executive-level responsibility. Such a solution provides a viable and affordable option when an expert IT Leader is needed to augment the IT team or the business executive team.

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The Iterative Vendor Engagement Model

Whitepaper Preview: The Iterative Vendor Engagement Model

The following post is an excerpt from The Iterative Engagement Model: A Calculated Risk and a Whole Lot of Reward.

The traditional vendor engagement model is flawed.

Technology initiatives are only getting more and more complex, time consuming and costly. Consequently, the risks associated with technology investments continue to pile up.

Complexity increases the number of weak links, prolonged timelines introduce changes to landscape and priorities, and budgets are inevitably blown by vendors that offer unrealistically low costs that they cannot later sustain. While some organizations may feel that the problem is the result of selecting the wrong vendor, the challenge may in fact be the typical vendor contract.

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