Sustainable Tech Solutions for Enterprise Scalability
Most of the modern economy runs on technology, and represents that backbone of major businesses, firing packets of information to and from websites to customers, sending emails, downloading files, and all other kinds of data capture that happens online today. The data produced by these servers creates an increasingly complex environment that makes managing and monitoring the overall health of your organization’s technology stack dizzying for even some of the most well-informed IT professionals and executives.
Fortunately for today’s CDOs, CTOs, and CIOs, the founder and CEO of Fortified—a leading company in database managed services—Ben DeBow has written End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value to help technology leaders. His method allows executives to develop a technology environment that’s more efficient, leads to a more productive use of server resources, optimizes client costs, provides system reliability and stability, and potentially saves their company millions of dollars that were previously tied up in inefficient technology practices.
To determine the health and capacity of their systems, leaders need solutions they can act on. Yet, many technology leaders lack real insights into the health of their technology environment at the organizational level. In a refreshing shake up of the status quo, DeBow’s book details how to achieve impactful technological health, and equips today’s tech executives with actionable solutions for managing and monitoring technology health so that they can achieve their ultimate goal: to maximize efficiency of the enterprise’s entire tech stack and deliver measurable value to the bottom line.
With the distilled information produced by Ben’s tech health blueprint in End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value leaders can take actions that make the system healthier and more mature. What’s more, those prescribed actions can be mapped into key performance indicators (KPIs) or objectives and key results (OKRs) at the top level of the enterprise. Taken together, executives leave with concrete milestones for server performance and an unprecedentedly detailed understanding of their technology spend and its alignment with project pricing.
With technology quickly moving away from the functionality of the past and towards an efficiency of the future, Ben DeBow’s and the insights are more pertinent than ever. Within End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value tech leaders find the help the need to gain transparency on technology health enterprise-wide and gain fuller control of their tech stack. Find out about Ben’s next-gen approach to tech health by downloading the first chapter of End of Abundance in Tech: How IT Leaders Can Find Efficiencies to Drive Business Value for free.