Even today, information technology (IT) is one of the most misunderstood functional components of business. Why this situation exists is a topic of great debate, but BWA believes that it is possible to create a sustainable IT structure that will demystify IT management for your business, not-for-profit or government entity.
IT must be actively measured and managed in order to obtain favorable results. Proper governance is the only way to ensure the long-term success of IT and the business that it enables. This includes communication between the respective stakeholders in the organization. This governance component is the only mechanism that will protect you from misaligned objectives, failed projects, under and over-spending, and risk management issues like disaster recovery and cybersecurity.
Imagine having someone available to assist with your information technology capability who has more than 20 years of successful experience in industry and government, as well as nonprofit sectors. BWA can provide this for your organization.
Our practices and methodologies have been developed from years of Brunson White’s practical experience, interaction with some of the nation’s leading minds in IT management, and good old-fashioned trial and error.
How many IT people should we have? How should we be organized? How do we make sure that we are running IT correctly and efficiently? BWA can work with you to answer these questions and get your organization where it needs to be. Technology permeates society today, so you can’t afford anything other than a high-performance IT organization.