IF THERE'S A BETTER WAY, WE'LL HELP YOU FIND IT
It's estimated that established businesses generally spend between 0.5% and 10% of their annual revenue on technology, depending mostly on the industry. Manufacturing and retail are typically on the lower end of the scale, while finance and health care are typically on the high end.
With literally infinite possibilities available, how do you determine the Right IT Products, Services and Solutions for your business? Obviously there are a lot of benefits to having Technology in your business but only if you invest in the correct setup, after all if there is no core benefit to be gained why do it? So in saying this, what should you consider as part of your technology budget?
When it comes to technology it's hard to know where you should spend most of your technology budget, this is where Techcellence comes in. We help businesses understand the What, Why, When and how much technology they should focus on. One of the key questions we always ask any business owner before they spend money or time on technology is "Why are you doing this"? the answer to this mostly depends on your industry, but even more on your specific business.
BEFORE INVESTING IN IT, THERE ARE A FEW KEY POINTS TO CONSIDER
Is technology an investment for your business - A valued asset that contributes to the success of your business? Or does it seem like a money sapping waste of time?
One key assets Techcellence brings as an IT provider, is our knowledge and ability to show our clients that a properly tailored, setup technology environment is a valued asset, that contributes to the success of your business. Just as putting a square peg into a round hole is a waste of time, investing in the wrong information technology and set up for any business is a waste of money.
Technology is a cost not just in dollars, but also in the time you and your employees need to spend adapting to it, however if there is no core benefit to be gained, or it's not setup correctly it will seem like a money sapping waste of time.
When businesses engage us as their IT provider we encourage then to consider these key points before spending any money;
What type of business are you?
Do you fully understand why you have an Information Technology in your business?
Do you feel that your business is currently utilising the correct solution for the size of your business?
if your current system or solution too complex?
Does you current solution meet your needs, or do you spend more time/money working on your solution instead of your solution working or you?