Studies have found that over 50% of businesses have experienced an IT Project failure in the previous 12 months. Even when IT projects succeed, they are notorious for going over-time or over budget.
No matter how tricky something is, it’s no secret that it’ll be easier the second time round. The third time it’s easier again. At NW Computing we run a lot of IT projects – and so whether you need a security hardening exercise to roll out application whitelisting, or a file server to SharePoint migration, or a Meraki SD-WAN deployment – we learned from doing it the first time, we refined our skills the second and third time, and by the 10th time, or the 50th time… we got pretty darn good.
We’ve refined our project methodology over many years – and we’ll continue to refine it to make it better and better. Our technical expertise comes from deep experience with our technology stack, and seeing first-hand what works well and what doesn’t.
One of the fastest ways for a business to have an IT project fail is to bite off more than they can chew. Don’t risk ending up outside your comfort zone, being under-resources or not scoping a solution properly.
If you’re looking at the technologies we work with, we’d love to have a chat about your IT project and are always happy to share a few pointers.