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Why approach matters in IT Services

The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again and to expect a different result. If you want to get something better, you have to change the way you go about doing it.

We recognize that a business’s success correlates directly to the approach taken to accomplish the many facets of business. IT infrastructure and support is either a friction point or enabler and most companies make it more difficult than it needs to be. Watch our videos and skim our blogs to learn more about the NENS approach to tech support and strategy.

Introduction to NENS for Finance Executives

Challenge The Way Technology is Delivered.

As a financial executive, your goal is to control costs and reduce risk for your company. Technology has not always had the reputation of being a controllable cost, but measure your IT support cost correctly and it can be.

There is a gap between what leaders believe they have and their reality. Without proper preparation, your business can quickly be held hostage by certain systems that contain your information and may inhibit productivity, especially with IT support.

Controlling your business IT service and support costs relates directly to understanding what the costs represent, where the funds are going, how they perform and when is the best time to make a change.

A common problem for businesses is managing their vendors effectively and appropriately, not just for IT service. The real issue is when multiple vendors come together to work on areas out of their scope of expertise.

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