Three Reasons For Using Information Technology Consultations

Information Technology (IT) Consultants focus on advising clients on how best to use current information, or obtain vital information, to achieve business objectives. They work with business leaders to understand their strategic goals and then determine which technological capabilities, systems, and support are needed. This form of consulting plays a vital role in an organization's business plan because it offers an experienced, objective assessment. IT departments and executives both benefit from the strong project management skills, advice, strategy, and experience afforded from skilled professional consultants. These consultants offer value through three channels: expertise, project management, and support to deliver their benefits, services, and results.

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Jonathan Gonzalez
Five Reasons to Use Business Intelligence (BI)

Using BI to analyze information reveals insights and actions for businesses to use as facts for decision making and not just gut-instinct. It allows businesses to acquire knowledge from a sea of data. While following instincts is not always a bad thing, BI offers a realistic snapshot on how to improve profit margins and track sales performance, manage data for customers, have better inventory control, create the analysis of financial data, and be the advantage for an IT department.

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Jonathan Gonzalez
Why Customize E-commerce?

The first decision a company makes when developing an e-commerce business is: should the platform be customized or do we purchase already developed software? Choosing the right e-commerce platform is critical. While it may appear initially to be less costly to buy an “all-in-one/plug and go version,”  off-the-shelf software products often offer limited ability to customize and, in the end, can cost more time and money. Plus, with minimal creativity provided in design, your e-commerce site ends up looking like everyone else.

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Jonathan Gonzalez
The Importance of Using Predictive Analytics

The best way to describe Predictive Analytics is - it’s the practice of extracting information from existing data to determine patterns for predicting future outcomes and trends.  While it’s not a crystal ball into the future, it can forecast what may happen with an acceptable level of reliability. Here are four ways Predictive Analytics help businesses grow:

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