Four-hour on-site brainstorming session brings together client and IT leadership to explore all possibilities and develop a preliminary plan. Ideal for long-term technology planning, RFP development and specific project planning.
Ensure adequate IT planning is represented in client’s long-term business plans. Review existing technology infrastructure and recommend efficiencies and cost-saving opportunities. Richter Sterling is a technology advisor providing outsourced director level leadership.
Guide client through entire RFP process, from initial planning, RFP creation, identifying qualified vendors and launching a successful project on budget and on time. Review third-party vendors to meet client’s technology and project needs.
Customized design to support your small business needs. Focus on SEO best practices, lead generation and simplified content management. For midsize and large projects, Richter Sterling is well connected with local web agencies allowing the perfect match for each project.
New technologies, such as virtualization, cloud computing, and mobile solutions, decrease the need for traditional IT resources and push companies to rely more on outsourced IT talent. While administrators and desktop support staff are needed to maintain operations, the use of management and executive-level IT consultants supports a more scalable cost model focused on the bottom line and innovation. Richter Sterling provides strategic IT leadership only when you need it to ensure your technology agenda moves forward with less long-term costs.
Tim's expertise includes:
• Advising executive staff on IT planning and strategy development
• Providing leadership to technology support staff
• Leading project management
• Vendor management
• Relocating technology infrastructure to new office locations
• Implementing high availability environments for email, SQL, and web hosting
• Consolidating IT infrastructure through virtualization
• Recommending improvements to network security
• Developing small business web sites and assessing SEO
INSIGHTS & NEWS
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