June 9, 2020 - by Tim Britt
During economic downturns, organizations must be more discriminating about their technology spend and ensure clear results for those investments they do make. Many organizations experienced revenue declines due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are just now beginning to make the necessary budget adjustments that required to right-size their investments.
Over the past decade, organizations have invested heavily in technology and shored up many of their capabilities; however, there is still a tremendous amount of work to do. How can organizations continue to make progress, while also being tasked with reducing project investments and operating budgets? Fortunately, there are opportunities to focus on more impactful projects and reduce operating expenses to fund these initiatives.
Learn about the five ways decision-makers can make better technology investments while facing pressure to reduce budgets. These steps provide a way to make the CEO and the CFO happy, while also continuing to enable results for your organization.