6 Reasons Your Company Needs a Chief Productivity Officer

The CIO and IT positions have evolved. With an ever-expanding set of responsibilities, CIOs are now expected to have data management skills; project management, legal, and compliance expertise; corporate financial skills; and know how to work with vendors. This workload leaves very little time to focus on the latest productivity technology. With a Chief Productivity Officer focused on advancing your company's cloud infrastructure, you can adjust your strategy, respond to the changing tastes of your customers, and stay on top of current industry trends.

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Today’s IT roles go beyond traditional management, allowing little time to evaluate your company’s existing productivity tools and leaving your organization vulnerable to more advanced competition. The solution? Bring on a dedicated Chief Productivity Officer who is focused on the latest cloud technology to analyze the small data and increase your business’ competitive edge.

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Aaron Clark

Director of Marketing at Hogan Consulting Group
Aaron is an accomplished Sales & Marketing professional with over 18 years experience in various areas of technology, consultation, and marketing. Follow me for useful technical and quick tip documents relating to the various technologies we promote to Simplify, Deliver, Automate, and Secure your business.

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