Failing to plan is planning to fail. We develop an IT strategy by defining short and long term objectives based on your overall business goals. These strategies focus your resources on specific targets that align with your business goals.
For short term objectives, we try to avoid complexity and focus on simple goals that can be quickly achieved.
Long term objectives are planned meticulously. We try to examine every possible option, angle and concern. We want to know the problems before they occur. We try to have contingency plans in place to address them.
Planning is how we detail the Who, What, Where, When and How of strategic implementation. The more we know the better we are able to measure our progress. This allows us to be proactive (instead of reactive) with your technology. Planning also avoids the All-Or-Nothing failure which saves you money and time.
That means we are always on top of things, instead of constantly fighting fires. It also means we don't micromanage and we avoid the Head In the Sand failure.
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