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Whack A Mole Tech

February 21, 2019 Tech Tips


The Single Best Way to Improve the Tech in Your Business is to Have a PLAN.

These 4 letters, P - L - A and N, are the keys to your success in any business endeavor.

I understand that we’re all moving a million miles an hour.

I understand that you have a dozen things on your plate.

But that doesn’t change the fact that the single biggest challenge small businesses in South Florida have with their IT and tech is that...they operate without a plan.

You Could Call it 'Whack-a-Mole Tech'.

Oh there’s a problem...let’s fix it!

But when you’re whacking mole after mole, putting out fire after fire.

You’re not really moving forward.

You’re just surviving until the next day.

Now I’m not saying that you have to have some grand elaborate plan to take over the world with your tech.

But if that’s your thing, if you LIKE the idea of having a sound strategic IT plan...

I’d be happy to help.

So how do you move away from the whack-a-mole-tech approach?

Here’s a thought.

Make the commitment to implement a life cycle replacement plan and a one page tech road map.

So What Do These Look Like?

A life cycle replacement plan is a worksheet that shows all of your equipment that needs to be replaced in the next 12 months.

This helps you to budget replacement costs against a schedule.

The next piece is a one page tech road map.

It’s a one page document that details what technology your South Florida business should be moving towards.

It’s a conversation and planning piece that once again…

Helps you to budget costs against a schedule.

Getting Your Tech Right is About Having a Plan.

Not a big plan.

But a plan.

Stop playing whack-a-mole with your with the tech in your business.

You ( and your business ) will be better off for it!

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