As business technology continues to grow and evolve, how do you know how your organization stacks up? If getting a pulse on how your current technology is impacting your business leaves you confused instead of informed, the Marco Technology Assessment might be for you. We developed the assessment to show business owners their technology landscape in a way that is accessible and actionable. Here are the basics…
How Marco’s Technology Assessment Benefits Businesses
Businesses interested in any of the following stand to benefit from a technology assessment:
- Mitigating risk
- Meeting compliance standards
- Optimizing their technology
- Aligning with industry best practices
- Solving security issues
The Marco Technology Assessment gives businesses a clear picture of the current state of their business technology. Many of today’s businesses don’t have a solid understanding of whether or not their infrastructure is helping or hurting their business. The Marco Technology Assessment changes that.
An Onsite Audit
The assessment begins by gathering a baseline understanding of your organization’s technology. This is the portion where things get a bit technical, but basically, by using software and an onsite technician, we gather information on your current environment. This information is used to assess your business technology and identify any knowable risks. To keep things easy to understand, we group the findings into twelve key areas:
Clear Findings and Actionable Recommendations
As data and information pertaining to each of those 12 areas
- High risk
- Moderate risk
- Up to industry best practices
During a post-assessment presentation, we cover the scores for all twelve areas. For areas that were identified as a moderate or high risk, we share the concerns that led us to that conclusion. Additionally, we explain how the concerns in each area impact your organization and share our recommendations for how to bring each area up to meet best practices.
At the very least, an assessment will give businesses peace of mind that their technology is up to industry best practices. At best, it will uncover exactly which areas within their infrastructure pose the greatest risk and what steps they can take to eliminate those risks. Want to learn more?