Today I thought I'd walk you through the process of how a tech assessment generally works.
So here goes.
I did a tech assessment for a client yesterday.
By the way, they had a great view overlooking the harbor.
I ran through my usual process of instrument, document, observe and then headed back to my office to process.
On the surface it looks like a typical case of the current IT guy is overwhelmed and dug himself in a little bit over his head.
Once I’m back at the office my next step will be to analyze the data collected and begin building out an assessment deliverable.
When I'm done I'll schedule a time to meet with the client and together we’ll review the findings and recommendations.
At that point the client will have a clear picture of what's broken and a road map of where they need to be with the tech in their business.
It's a pretty good deal.
You hire me and I literally hand you an easy to follow guide to what your next step should be.
All packaged and explained in detail of course.
But the journey doesn’t end there.
You see people can hand you recommendations, provide guidance and answers.
And that won't solve your problems.
You see - Only you can decide what your next steps are.
Doesn't matter if it's your tech, your business or your life.
It’s up to you to decide what your next steps will be.
And if you choose not to decide you still have made a choice.
At least that’s what Geddy Lee said.
So now it's up to you.
What happens next?